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Eric Bischoff, backed by Ted Turner’s money, looks to revolutionize the wrestling world, launching Monday Nitro and putting it head to head with Vince McMahon’s Monday Night Raw! Propelled by some homegrown guys, and plenty of stars made “up north”, Bischoff looks to unseat the struggling World Wrestling Federation from the Throne! The question remains: can Bischoff put his money where his mouth is?
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Saddled with a struggling figurehead in Diesel, Vince McMahon could have his back against the wall thanks to Bischoff’s direct competition. While this newfound competition could spell disaster for the WWF, McMahon may have to step up his game - and improve his product - to withstand the assault on his prime-time monopoly. With the pressure on, can Vince McMahon lead his New Generation and stay on top?


THE MONDAY NIGHT WARS ‘95: CHANGE THE CHANNEL

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ROSTER OVERVIEW

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WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING



Roster Overview

Heels in Bold


Main Eventers:

Ones to Watch:

Hulk Hogan - Lex Luger - “Macho Man” Randy Savage - Road Warrior Hawk - Sting
Big Bubba Rogers - Meng - “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair - The Giant - The Shark - The Taskmaster

Upper Midcarders:
Ones to Watch:

Brian Knobbs - Jerry Sags - Jim Duggan - Johnny B. Badd - The Renegade
Arn Anderson - Booker T - Brian Pillman - DDP - Earl Robert Eaton - Kurasawa - Lord Steven Regal - Stevie Ray - V.K. Wallstreet


Midcarders:

Ones to Watch:

Alex Wright - Dave Sullivan - Eddie Guerrero - Hector Guerrero - Marcus Bagwell - Scotty Riggs
Buckhouse Buck - Dean Malenko - Dick Slater - Disco Inferno - Hugh Morris - Rip Rogers - Sabu - Scott Norton - Sgt. Craig Pittman - Super Destroyer 1 - Super Destroyer 2

The Rest:
Bob Starr - Cobra - Chavo Guerrero - Chris Kanyon - Frankie Lancaster - Julio Sanchez - Joey Maggs - Mark Starr - Mr. JL - Rey Mysterio, Jr. - Scott Armstrong - Steve Armstrong - Tim Horner
Fidel Sierra - Lt. James Earl Wright - Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker - Terry Richards

Staff:
“The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes - Eric Bischoff - Gene Okerlund - “The Mouth of the South” Jimmy Hart - Lanny Poffo - Larry Zbyszko - Mark Madden - Mike Tenay - Steve “Mongo” McMichael - Teddy Long - Tony Schiavone
Bobby “The Brain” Heenan - Col. Robert Parker - Diamond Doll - Sensuous Sherri - Sonny Onoo - The Master - The Sheik

Alliances:
Men at Work (Chris Kanyon and Mark Starr) - The American Males (Marcus Alexander Bagwell & Scotty Riggs) - The Armstrong Brothers (Scott and Steve Armstrong) - The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs & Jerry Sags)
Harlem Heat (Booker T, Stevie Ray, Sensuous Sherri) - The Blue Bloods (Earl Robert Eaton, Lanny Poffo, Lord Steven Regal) - The Four Horsemen (Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Dean Malenko, ???) - The Dungeon of Doom (Hugh Morris, Meng, The Giant,The Master, The Shark, The Taskmaster) - The State Patrol (Lt. James Earl Wright & Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker) - The Stud Stable (Buckhouse Buck, Col Parker, Dick Slater, Kurasawa) - The Super Destroyers (Super Destroyer 1 & 2)
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WORLD WRESTLING FEDERATION


Roster Overview

Heels in Bold


Main Eventers:

Ones to Watch:

Bret “The Hitman” Hart - “Big Daddy Cool” Diesel - “The Bad Guy” Razor Ramon - “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels - The Undertaker
Jeff Jarrett - Jerry “The King” Lawler - Owen Hart - Sycho Sid - The British Bulldog - Yokozuna

Upper Midcarders:
Ones to Watch:

Ahmed Johnson - Bam Bam Bigelow - Billy Gunn - Bob Holly - Savio Vega
Bob Backlund - Dean Douglas - Goldust - Hunter Hearst Hemsley - King Kong Bundy - Skip - Waylon Mercy


Midcarders:

Ones to Watch:

1-2-3 Kid - Bart Gunn - Bushwhacker Luke - Duke Droese - Fatu - Henry O. Godwinn - Marty Jannetty
Big Matty Smalls - Eli Blu - Isaac Yankem DDS - Jacob Blu - JC Ice - Jean Pierre Laffite - Kama - Sammy the Silk - Sir Mo - Wolfie D

The Rest:
AC Conner - Aldo Montoya - Barry Horowitz - Bert Centeno - Brian Walsh - Bushwhacker Butch - Doink the Clown - Jeff Hardy - Joe Dorgan - Matt Hardy - Phineas I. Godwinn - Rich Myers - Scott Taylor - Sonny Rogers
Hakushi - Jason Ahrndt - The Tahitian Warrior - The Brooklyn Brawler

Women’s Division
Alundra Blayze
Bertha Faye, Luna Vachon

Staff:
Dok Hendrix - Gorilla Monsoon - Jim Ross - Paul Bearer - Todd Pettengill - Vince McMahon
Clarence Mason - Harvey Whippleman - Jim Cornette - Mr. Fuji - Sunny - Ted DiBiase -Uncle Zebekiah

Alliances:
The Bushwhackers (Butch & Luke) - The Godwinns (Henry and Phineas Godwinn) - The Hardy Boys (Jeff & Matt) - The Smoking Gunns (Billy and Bart Gunn)
Camp Cornette (Jim Cornette, The British Bulldog, Owen Hart, Yokozuna, Mr. Fuji, Clearance Mason) - The Million Dollar Corporation (Ted DiBiase, Sycho Sid, Kama, King Kong Bundy) - PG-13 (JC Ice and Wolfie D) - The Samoan Gangsta Party (Sammy the Silk, Big Matty Smalls, The Tahitian Warrior) - The Blu Brothers (Eli & Jacob)

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TITLE LINEAGE

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WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING


WCW World Heavyweight Championship



Hulk Hogan

Previous Champions:


WCW United States Championship



Sting

Previous Champions:


WCW World Television Championship



Johnny B. Badd

Previous Champions:
Kurasawa (Monday Nitro, Week 1, Sept. 1995 - Monday Nitro, Week 1, Oct. 1995)
The Renegade (Inception - Monday Nitro, Week 1, Sept. 1995)


WCW World Tag Team Championships



Harlem Heat

Previous Champions:
Buckhouse Buck and Dick Slater (Inception - Fall Brawl, Week 3, Sept. 1995)
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WORLD WRESTLING FEDERATION


WWF World Heavyweight Championship



"The Bad Guy" Razor Ramon

Previous Champions:
"Big Daddy Cool" Diesel (Inception - In Your House 4 - Showdown in the Sunshine State, Sunday, Week 3, 1995)


WWF Intercontinental Championship



“The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels

Previous Champions:


WWF Women’s Championship



Alundra Blayze

Previous Champions:
Bertha Faye (Inception - In Your House 3, Week 3, September 1995)


WWF World Tag Team Championships



Owen Hart & Yokozuna (w/ Jim Cornette & Mr. Fuji)

Previous Champions:

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NITRO vs. RAW - Week 1!
Week 1, September, 1995

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WCW Nitro:


Jushin “Thunder” Liger vs “Flying” Brian Pillman
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For the WCW World Television Championship:
The Renegade © vs ???
Comments:

For the WCW World Heavyweight Championship:
Hulk Hogan © vs Big Bubba Rogers
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Bonus question:
Who is ???:
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WWF Monday Night Raw:

Bob Holly vs The British Bulldog
Comments:

Bam Bam Bigelow, Savio Vega, and Henry O. Godwinn vs. The Million Dollar Corporation (Sycho Sid, Kam and King Kong Bundy) (w/ Ted DiBiase)
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Bret Hart vs Jeff Jarrett
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Note from the Editor: Nice to be back y'all. Quick question for everyone - how do y'all feel about predicting B-Shows? I know the results may be obvious, but I have an idea for prediction prizes that I'd like to try out.

In any case, let's have some fun!
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Jushin “Thunder” Liger vs “Flying” Brian Pillman
Comments: Pillman is on your roster whereas Liger is on loan...

For the WCW World Television Championship:
The Renegade © vs ???
Comments: need to get the title off of this dude quick....

For the WCW World Heavyweight Championship:
Hulk Hogan © vs Big Bubba Rogers
Comments: It's the only finish that'll work me, brother

Bonus question:
Who is ???: Going to go out on a limb and say you'll bring Lex in for the TV title and do something different with Hogan


WWF Monday Night Raw:

Bob Holly vs The British Bulldog
Comments: Why not just give Holly the damn belt?!

Bam Bam Bigelow, Savio Vega, and Henry O. Godwinn vs. The Million Dollar Corporation (Sycho Sid, Kam and King Kong Bundy) (w/ Ted DiBiase)
Comments: I love the Bammer and Savio is an underated worker, but too much beef on the corp side...

Bret Hart vs Jeff Jarrett
Comments: Best there is, best there was, best there ever will be...

Overall, I'm excited about this jack! Looks like a lot of fun!

As far as B-Shows, I say try your idea out and if it becomes a pain, you can always scrap it.
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^^^ I second this it's just the logical choices
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WCW Nitro:


Jushin “Thunder” Liger vs “Flying” Brian Pillman
Comments: I echo crossface here, Pillman is main roster, Luger is on loan....and even if he wasn’t I’m willing to bet that Pillman is way more over in the US than Liger

For the WCW World Television Championship:
The Renegade © vs ???
Comments: Never bet against the squiggles....poor Renegade....he was decent enough but that crappy gimmick killed him....quite literally

For the WCW World Heavyweight Championship:
Hulk Hogan © vs Big Bubba Rogers
Comments: A no brainer

Bonus question:
Who is ???:
Quote: let’s go with his Lordship, Steven Regal....that Man WAS the tv Title in the early-mid 90’s

WWF Monday Night Raw:

Bob Holly vs The British Bulldog
Comments: Sparky ain’t winning here

Bam Bam Bigelow, Savio Vega, and Henry O. Godwinn vs. The Million Dollar Corporation (Sycho Sid, Kam and King Kong Bundy) (w/ Ted DiBiase)
Comments: I like Bammers.....and outside of Sid the Corporation sucks

Bret Hart vs Jeff Jarrett
Comments: Bret needs to get back on top after a dreadful run of dire feuds

As for the B-Shows, again I’ll echo crossface....try it and see

Good luck, it’s certainly an interesting time period to work with.....oh, and incidentally, change that WWF Title picture would you, it’s wreaking havoc with my time period ocd
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WCW Nitro:


Jushin “Thunder” Liger vs “Flying” Brian Pillman
Comments: Gotta go with Liger. Have to keep him happy to keep him coming back to WCW.

For the WCW World Television Championship:
The Renegade © vs ???
Comments: Time for a change. The Renegade needs to be repackaged.

For the WCW World Heavyweight Championship:
Hulk Hogan © vs Big Bubba Rogers
Comments: No chance he is losing this match.

Bonus question:
Who is ???: Mr. Perfect

WWF Monday Night Raw:

Bob Holly vs The British Bulldog
Comments: No way Sparky Plug gets the victory.

Bam Bam Bigelow, Savio Vega, and Henry O. Godwinn vs. The Million Dollar Corporation (Sycho Sid, Kama and King Kong Bundy) (w/ Ted DiBiase)
Comments: Sid gets the victory over Savio to pick up the win for his team.

Bret Hart vs Jeff Jarrett
Comments: Best match on the card. Bret Hart picks up the win in a big match.
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Good to see you in the mix, crackerjack!

Brian Pillman
???
Hulk Hogan
Bonus: Lex Luger

British Bulldog
Corporation
Bret Hart
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4 year anniversary, huh? A swig of orange juice for the crackerjack!

Jushin “Thunder” Liger vs “Flying” Brian Pillman
Comments: Somehow I never caught their infamous match

For the WCW World Television Championship:
The Renegade © vs ???
Comments: Smells like DDP Yoga

For the WCW World Heavyweight Championship:
Hulk Hogan © vs Big Bubba Rogers
Comments: *Hulkster's smirk*

Bonus question:
Who is ???:
Quote: It's D-D-P

WWF Monday Night Raw:

Bob Holly vs The British Bulldog
Comments: I guess he will drift around the IC title

Bam Bam Bigelow, Savio Vega, and Henry O. Godwinn vs. The Million Dollar Corporation (Sycho Sid, Kam and King Kong Bundy) (w/ Ted DiBiase)
Comments: DiBiase helps his clients

Bret Hart vs Jeff Jarrett
Comments: Should be solid, but Hitman is two heads above Jeff

I am fine with predicting B-shows, they are more fun to book too.
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Looking forward to seeing what you'll be doing with this one.


Jushin “Thunder” Liger vs “Flying” Brian Pillman
Comments: This one really depends on whether you want to keep featuring Liger or not. If yes, then a win here would be great for him. If no, then Pillman is the obvious choice.

For the WCW World Television Championship:
The Renegade © vs ???
Comments: Never bet against ???

For the WCW World Heavyweight Championship:
Hulk Hogan © vs Big Bubba Rogers
Comments: This works for me brother

Bonus question:
Who is ???: I'll go with Lex Luger. Makes sense at this point in time.



Bob Holly vs The British Bulldog
Comments: Bigger star at this point. Probably bigger upside too.

Bam Bam Bigelow, Savio Vega, and Henry O. Godwinn vs. The Million Dollar Corporation (Sycho Sid, Kam and King Kong Bundy) (w/ Ted DiBiase)
Comments: Big Sid tips the scale for me in this one.

Bret Hart vs Jeff Jarrett
Comments: Should be a good one, but at this point the Hitman should be winning this one.
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Week 1, September 1995
Nitro results in Blue, Raw Results in Red
Results, Matches, Angles

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Q1: ERIC BISCHOFF welcomes us to the first ever Monday Nitro and announces that yes, we are live baby! His broadcast partners BOBBY “THE BRAIN” HEENAN and STEVE “MONGO” MCMICHAEL hype the show, promising excitement and hyping the main event - HULK HOGAN defending the WCW World Heavyweight Championship against BIG BUBBA ROGERS. What a main! - C+ l MATCH 1: In a match with great in-ring action but not so much heat, Brian Pillman defeated Jushin Liger in 8:21 after using the ropes for leverage. The first ever Nitro match sees the increasingly wild BRIAN PILLMAN facing off against international superstar JUSHIN "THUNDER" LIGER. Liger and Pillman wow the crowd with some impressive wrestling ability. Liger is able to keep up with Pillman throughout the match, causing Pillman to get increasingly frustrated. Jushin runs wild near the end of the match, but a dirty roll-up sees "Flyin' Brian" get the pinfall victory. - C+


Q1: DOK HENDRIX is in the ring as he welcomes us to Raw by calling out THE BRITISH BULLDOG (now sporting a short hair cut) to the ring to explain why he turned his back on “BIG DADDY COOL" DIESEL. Dok is unable to elicit a response from Bulldog, as JIM CORNETTE and the rest of CAMP CORNETTE charge the ring. Jim speaks for his client - Bulldog had enough of the disrespect, and now is ready to become WWF Champion. The loudmouth says that Davey Boy can do whatever he wants - he's apart of the strongest group in wrestling baby! Bring out the first victim! - B- l MATCH 1: In a decent match, The British Bulldog defeated Bob Holly in 5:46 by pinfall with a Running Powerslam. BOB HOLLY's got some promise - and he was able to show it in spots here. Unfortunately, it wasn't enough for him, as Bulldog used his power arsenal - and a running powerslam - to finish Holly. - B-
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Q2: MEAN GENE is on the ramp, telling folks to call into the WCW Hotline to get a scoop on the AWOL Vader. Gene introduces his guest at this time - it’s the MACHO MAN! Savage is on his game in this segment, stating that he wouldn't miss Nitro for anything and doesn’t care if he has to take 'em on himself - the Dungeon crumbles at Fall Brawl! Dig it! - B- l MATCH 2: In a decent match, Kurasawa defeated The Renegade in 7:19 by submission with an Armbar. Kurasawa wins the WCW World Television Championship title. KURASAWA is the mystery opponent, and some concentrated shots from the international toughman subdues a “Hulk-up” from the facepainted hero RENEGADE. As the TV Champ falls to the mat, Kurasawa locks in an Armbar to get The Renegade to submit!- C


Q2: We cut to footage of a wrestler dominating some jobbers, displaying his impressive strength and athleticism. Who is this man? AHMED JOHNSON! He debuts at In Your House! - D+ l Vince and King make some small talk to hype Ahmed before transitioning to our next guest - THE MILLION DOLLAR CORPORATION on the split screen! With KAMA, KING KONG BUNDY, and SID lurking behind him, THE MILLION DOLLAR MAN challenges THE HEARTBREAK KID to defend his title against one of his men next week! Ted wants to keep going, but BAM BAM’s music hits! 6 man tag time! - B l The Babyfaces make their entrances as Raw heads to commercial break…
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Q3: POST MATCH: COL. PARKER laughs his way into the ring, as Kurasawa is handed the Television Championship. They don’t have a lot of time to celebrate though, as ROAD WARRIOR HAWK charges into the ring, battered arm and all! Hawk rushes the ring and Parker and Kurasawa have to bail, as Hawk screams and shouts in the ring! - C l Q3: MEAN GENE is back on the ramp, and he introduces his guest - THE MAN CALLED STING. The Stinger has a big match next week against “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair. Sting has gone toe to toe before with Flair, and he knows that the match will take him to his limit! NAITCH interupts and flaunts as only he can. You better believe Naitch will take Sting to his limits! Naitch says he’ll style and profile on the biggest show in the world, Nitro! Flair could go on, but Arn Anderson comes out too! Flair and Sting are taken aback, but Arn is just here to announces his intention to be in Flair’s corner next week! Flair's eyes open wide as he's not thrilled by the news! - B- l


Q3: In a decent match, Million Dollar Corporation (Sycho Sid, King Kong Bundy and Kama) defeated Bam Bam Bigelow, Savio Vega and Henry O. Godwinn in 9:02 when Sycho Sid defeated Savio Vega by pinfall with a Chokeslam. The Million Corporation haven’t been the most formidable unit within recent months, but they are certainly three tough individuals to beat. Bam Bam isn’t a softie either, as he gets a decent chunk of offense in for the face team, causing even Sycho Sid to tag out against him. Sid regains his composure in the later moments of the match, hitting Savio Vega with a big chokeslam for the pinfall victory. - C+ l We cut to a smoky, darkened theater where a golden man watches grainy footage of the WWF’s Superstars - they will remember the name GOLDUST! - C+ l [font="Georgia"][/b] King and Vince put over the strange vibe they got from Goldust, before cutting to a split screen interview with Big Daddy Cool! Diesel looks great as he says he’s tired of Bulldog’s inability to explain himself, so he’s giving him the opportunity next week to tell him the truth - man to man, face to face. - B-
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Q4: MAIN EVENT: In a bout that had great heat and decent wrestling, Hulk Hogan defeated Big Bubba Rogers in 12:14 by pinfall with a Leg Drop. Hulk Hogan makes defence number 6 of his WCW World Heavyweight Championship title. A match taken straight from the 1980s may not excite the crowd like Pillman/Liger did, but the crowd was into this World Heavyweight title bout. Despite that, something was off in this contest and two just didn’t click as well as WCW would have liked. Big Bubba used his toughness and brawling ability to batter Hogan, but Hogan’s will let him tough it out, and drop the leg for the big victory brother! - B l Hogan begins to pose, but can only pose so long, as THE DUNGEON OF DOOM stalked towards the ring. The dastardly Dungeon lays some shots in on Hogan, but Macho Man and Sting charge the ring, as a huge brawl breaks out! A theme song leads to some kind of ceasefire -


as LEX LUGER comes to the stage and stares at the ring! The babyfaces and the Dungeon don’t know what to make of it, but Easy E makes it official - Lex has come to where the Big Boys play! -
B


Q4: Both competitors get full entrances with the arrogant Double J strutting his way to the ring and THE HITMAN handing his signature glasses to a fan. However, just as the match begins, JEAN PIERRE LAFFITE steals the glasses from a little kid! Bret is heated, but can’t give chase as Double J strikes! - B- l MAIN EVENT: In a bout that had superb wrestling and great heat, Bret Hart defeated Jeff Jarrett in 11:40 by submission with a Sharpshooter. These two put on a very solid performance, exercising their great chemistry the ring. Bret was incredibly fired up by the despicable actions, and that lead his submission victory over Double J. - B-
Grades: 77/B l 68/C+
Ratings: 5.78 l 10.71

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Week 1 of the War is in the books! But, that wasn’t the only wrestling action we saw this week - it’s the B-Show Roundup!


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Dean Malenko takes care of Chris Kanyon with the Cloverleaf - C- l Malenko speaks into the camera after the match, calling out Jushin Liger! - D+ l The Nasty Boys def The Barrio Brothers via pinfall after a Trip to Nastyville - C l Gene interviews the Nastys, who tell Buck and Dick Slater that when they’re done getting Col. Parker off Dream Street, they’ll take em to Nastyville! - C l l In our longest contest of the night, Alex Wright made Rip Rogers submit with a STF - D+ l NITRO Recap: The shocking return of Lex Luger! - A l The Taskmaster and Meng made short work of Bob & Mark Starr - C- l With his Dungeon supporting him, the Taskmaster warns Lex to use his brain and stay out of their warpath! - B l Diamond Dallas Page defeated David Sullivan after a Diamond Cutter - C- l Gene tries to interview DDP post match, but he blows him off and accuses him of checking out the Diamond Doll! Kimberly rolls her eyes in embarrassment - C- l Harlem Heat defeated the experimental tag team Sgt. Craig Pittman and Cobra - D+ l Harlem Heat shoot down the Nastys challenge, saying that they’ve got next shot! Sherri says that the Heat are number one in her heart, but Gene ain’t buying it! - C+ l NITRO Preview: Ric Flair, with Arn in his corner, vs Sting! - B l In the Main Event, Arn Anderson pins the promising Eddie Guerrero after about 11 minutes with a Spinebuster - B-

Overall Grade: B-
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The Renegade bounced back from his Nitro loss to defeat Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker - C- l Tony Schiovane interviews Road Warrior Hawk Hawk post match, who says he’ll be in Renegade’s corner in his rematch against Kurasawa next Saturday Night - C l Sabu and Mr. JL went all out, and Sabu pinned Mr. JL after an Arabian Facebuster - C+ l Ric Flair vs Sting - Next Nitro! - B l Scott Norden dominated Julio Sanchez in a few minutes - D+ l Recap Video - Lex is here! - B l Johnny B. Badd defeated young Terry Richards via pinfall - C l The American Males hype up their main event title match - C- l Colonel Parker led his team of Buck and Slater in their defence of the WCW Tag Team Championships - C l Parker took the mic to end the show and dedicated the victory to Sherri, much to Slater and Buck’s chagrin - C

Overall Grade: C+

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Men on a Mission crush the Hardy Boys - D l Despite losing at Summerslam, Sir Mo still declares King Mabel as the unstoppable force in the WWF - C l Dean Douglas is in the classroom, and he gives himself an A! - C- l Fatu uses the power of positive thinking to defeat Hakushi in seven minutes - D+ l Sammy the Silk and Big Matty Smalls stare down Fatu from the apron, as JR announces that Silk and Fatu will settle their differences next week! - D+ l Raw Preview - Diesel calls out Bulldog! - B l Harvey Whippleman and Bertha Faye are on vacation with the gold! The gluttonous Bertha says Alundra is nothing to her! - D l Hunter Hearst Helmsley def Man Mountain Rock with a Pedigree - C l HHH shows that his victory proves that Class outweights Trash - like Henry O. Godwinn - D+ l The Ahmed Promo package reairs - D l The Smoking Gunns defeat the Blu Brothers in the main event - C l l HBK accepts DiBiase’s challenge for Raw ! - B

Overall Grade: C
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So there it is folks! Week 1 is in the books. There’s been a decent chunk of news going on, but I think I’m going to hold off on the news for a bit and post them all together - probably after this month’s pay-per-views.

Hope the format is ok with everyone. There’s a probably a few kinks to be ironed out here and there, but I wanted to present the Monday Night Wars in a quarterly breakdown to reflect the competition (and obsession) over ratings during these times. Let me know if you’ve got any complaints!

Before we get to an update for the predictions and next week’s previews, let’s give that comment section a gander, shall we?

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Who is ???: Going to go out on a limb and say you'll bring Lex in for the TV title and do something different with Hogan
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Bonus question:
Who is ???: I'll go with Lex Luger. Makes sense at this point in time.
Lex is certainly a nice idea for a twist here. But, I want to keep the TV title a little more “loose” than my other WCW titles, and giving it to Lex immediately would probably mean a longer reign, so… Lex mixes it up with main eventers.

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Bob Holly vs The British Bulldog
Comments: Why not just give Holly the damn belt?!
At this point, Holly should be hoping some tag chemistry, or he’s going down for a trip in developmental. Nothing against Holly though.

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Jushin “Thunder” Liger vs “Flying” Brian Pillman
Comments: This one really depends on whether you want to keep featuring Liger or not. If yes, then a win here would be great for him. If no, then Pillman is the obvious choice.
I love me some Liger. But, he is on a loan right now. I’m definitely consider bringing Liger back for some more dates in the future.

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For the WCW World Television Championship:
The Renegade © vs ???
Comments: Never bet against the squiggles....poor Renegade....he was decent enough but that crappy gimmick killed him....quite literally
It really is a sad story. If anyone hasn’t read about it, look it up. Too much expectation for someone so fresh to the scene. While I can’t promise that I have much planned for The Renegade, I can keep him around for a bit to see if I get any ideas for him.

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Bonus question:
Who is ???:
Quote: let’s go with his Lordship, Steven Regal....that Man WAS the tv Title in the early-mid 90’s
Nice guess, but I’ve got some ideas in the fire for The Blue Bloods. Plus, I can’t steal too many of your ideas !

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Bam Bam Bigelow, Savio Vega, and Henry O. Godwinn vs. The Million Dollar Corporation (Sycho Sid, Kam and King Kong Bundy) (w/ Ted DiBiase)
Comments: I like Bammers.....and outside of Sid the Corporation sucks
Heh, you sound like me when I complain about the Corporation in your thread. I like Kama since I never thought he was a bad hand and since he has many gimmicks to play with. Bundy on the other hand...

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Bret Hart vs Jeff Jarrett
Comments: Bret needs to get back on top after a dreadful run of dire feuds
Weirdly, I actually kind of enjoyed Bret's 95. Yeah, they pretty much wasted a year of prime Bret, but he seemed to always pull a decent match out of everyone.

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Bonus question:
Who is ???: Mr. Perfect
Back’s still busted up, but I certainly have my eyes on him.

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Good to see you in the mix, crackerjack!
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4 year anniversary, huh? A swig of orange juice for the crackerjack!
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Looking forward to seeing what you'll be doing with this one.
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Good luck, it’s certainly an interesting time period to work with.....oh, and incidentally, change that WWF Title picture would you, it’s wreaking havoc with my time period ocd
Thanks for the all of the well wishes folks. I’m not aiming to disappoint!

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As far as B-Shows, I say try your idea out and if it becomes a pain, you can always scrap it.
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I am fine with predicting B-shows, they are more fun to book too.
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As for the B-Shows, again I’ll echo crossface....try it and see
Thanks for the feedback boys! I think I’m going to modify my idea here. I’ll keep posting B-show results, but I’m not sure anyone will have much fun predicting them (I’m sure everyone will struggle with the match that kicks off Saturday Night next week: Local talent vs Mr. JL).

So we’ll keep it to “A” Shows here, and to win a prize for your hard work, you’ve got to out-race everyone else. It’s the first to 50 correct answers to get the prize, and when that happens, we clear the board! Everyone’s back to zero! Here's the standings so far:

Blodyxe, Crossface, DeathZone2, TheBigBad1013 -6
RyanR93WKU, to4sty - 5

That’s enough for now - back to business!

NITRO vs. RAW - Week 2!
Week 2, September 1995

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WCW Nitro:


Lex Luger vs. ???
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Eddie Guerrero & Mr. JL vs Dean Malenko and Sabu
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For the WCW United States Championship:
Sting © vs Ric Flair
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Bonus question:
Who is ???:
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WWF Monday Night Raw:

Savio Vega vs King Mabel
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Bret Hart vs Bob Backland
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For the WWF Intercontinental Championship:
Shawn Michaels © vs ???
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Bonus: Who is the Million Dollar Representative?

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Lex Luger vs. ???
Comments: You can't have The Total Package lose right out of the gate

Eddie Guerrero & Mr. JL vs Dean Malenko & Sabu
Comments: One team has one of the greatest technicians of all time the other has Mr. JL

For the WCW United States Championship:
Sting © vs Ric Flair
Comments: Flip the coin and see where it lands, but I'm seeing some Dungeon Of Doom shenanigans

Bonus question:
Who is ???: I'm going to go with Lord Steven Regal, this could set up a nice program between the two

Savio Vega vs King Mabel
Comments: He's the King nuff said

Bret Hart vs Bob Backland
Comments: This fued is over

For the WWF Intercontinental Championship:
Shawn Michaels © vs ???
Comments: Can't vote against HBShizzle

Bonus: Who is the Million Dollar Representative? Who can you trust to Main Event RAW, Sid
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