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Default WCW Worldwide - [Friday / Week 3 /February / 1995]



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







Cruiserweight Match



El Oriental and Super Calo vs. Psychosis and La Parka

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, Psychosis and La Parka defeated El Oriental and Super Calo in 6:27 when Psychosis defeated El Oriental by pinfall with a Psycho Guillotine.

Rating: 50 D+



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Cruiserweight Division Vignette



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

Rating: 66 C+




Joey Maggs and Tim Horner vs. The Extreme

In a "Battle of the Underdogs" that had decent and little heat, "Jumping" Joey Maggs and "White Lightning" Tim Horner defeated The Extreme (Ace Darling and Devon Storm) in 4:32 when Joey Maggs defeated Ace Darling by pinfall with an Enzuigiri.

Rating: 56 C-





Frank Andersson vs. Lane Carlson

Multiple Greco-Roman World Champion Frank Andersson controlled his opponent with Hiptoss and Suplex variations. It ended in 5:19 by submission with a Ankle Lock.

Rating: 46 D



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Highlight Video on Konnan



A highlight video is shown to promote Konnan.

He has been described as "the Mexican Hulk Hogan", reflecting his mainstream popularity, his charisma, mic skills and hip-hop based gimmick.

Highlights of Konnan including winning the Mexican Heavyweight Title are shown.

Rating: 73 B-




Konnan vs. Ace Steel

In a bout that had decent wrestling and non-existent crowd heat, Konnan defeated Ace Steel in 4:39 by pinfall with a Montezuma's Revenge.

Rating: 48 D+





Mark Starr & Frankie Lancaster vs. Diamond Dallas Page & Max Muscle w/ Diamond Doll

In a bout that had good wrestling and little heat, cocky heel Diamond Dallas Page and his new bodyguard Max Muscle defeated Mark Starr & Frankie Lancaster in 5:03 when Diamond Dallas Page defeated Mark Starr by pinfall with a Diamond Cutter.

Rating: 67 C+



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DDP's Arm Wrestling Invitational




An in-ring segment in which Diamond Dallas Page, with the Diamond Doll and his new bodyguard Max Muscle, appeared with DDP's Arm Wrestling Trophy.





Tonights arm wrestling match is the first semi final in the DDP's Arm Wrestling Invitational will feature Van Hammer vs. Scott Norton. In a intense arm wrestling match, powerhouse Scott "Flash" Norton defeated ripped muscleboy Van Hammer. Norton moves on to the final.

Rating: 89 A




Brian Blair and Bobby Walker vs. Miracle Violence Connection w/ Col. Parker

In an open bout that had good hard-hitting wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Miracle Violence Connection (Steve Williams and Bobby Walker) defeated Brian Blair and Bobby Walker in 5:54 when Steve Williams defeated "Hardwork" Bobby Walker by pinfall with a Backdrop Driver. Brian Blair and Bobby Walker had some great comeback segments, but in the end Miracle Violence Connection won the battle.

Rating: 73 B-

Show Rating: 63 C
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Default WCW Saturday Night - [Saturday / Week 3 /February / 1995]



The new Number One in Professional Wrestling...

These are the results from WCW Saturday Night, being held by World Championship Wrestling. It is being held in front of 15,000 people at Dallas Reunion Arena, in Dallas, Texas. It's a Sell Out!









Tony Schiavone, Bobby "The Brain" Heenan and Eric Bischoff open the show telling us that tonight’s Main Event will be a tag team match between fan favorites Brian Pillman and Randy Savage vs. Steve Austin and Curt Hennig.



The announcers informs us that WCW World Heavyweight champion Hulk Hogan is in the building. While No 1 Contender Vader isn't in the building, but he is outside waiting to get in...



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



WCW Cruiserweight Title Tournament Opening Round



Alex Wright vs. Mr. JL

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, "Das Wunderkind" Alex Wright defeated Mr. JL in 6:07 by pinfall with a Crossbody off the middle rope out of nowhere.

Rating: 59 C



Gene Okerlund is teasing a WCW Hotline story on a wrestling star with ties to Atlanta recently coming back to the area...



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Interview w/ Alex Wright



After the match, Eric Bischoff interviews 19 year old "Das Wunderkind" Alex Wright, who is still undefeated in WCW.

Wright says it is a great honor to wrestle in WCW and he hopes to become the first WCW Cruiserweight Champion. He has great respect for the talented world-class performers that participate in the tournament and says that he is the dark horse and underdog in the tournament.

Rating: 55 C-


WCW Cruiserweight Title Tournament Opening Round



Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Eddie Guerrero

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, Jushin Thunder Liger defeated Eddie Guerrero in 6:41 by pinfall with a Liger Bomb.

Rating: 68 C+



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Clips of Vader



The No 1 Contender Vader and Harley Race arrived to the arena in a limo.

400 pounds monster Vader goes back to the limo and threatens the cameraman.



When...



Suddenly another limo appears and Vader wants to know if WCW World Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan is in the car. Vader threatens the driver. He believes Hogan is in the limousine and then busts out the passenger window.

Marcus Alexander Bagwell and The Patriot ends up getting out of the limo and is running away towards safety inside the arena. Vader threw around some steel barriers in anger. Vader is one angry fellow. Vader legitimately tries fighting the steel barriers as Harley Race drags him off.

Rating: 100 A*


Gene Okerlund is teasing the whereabouts of Rick Rude and want the fans to call the WCW Hotline...





Red hot heel heat for Booker T and Stevie Ray...



Non-Title Match



Rikki Nelson and Scott Studd vs. Harlem Heat

In an extremely short match, Harlem Heat defeated Rikki Nelson and Scott Studd in 2:13 when Booker T defeated Rikki Nelson by pinfall with a Heat Bomb.

Rating: 59 C



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Interview w/ Harlem Heat



After the match, Tony Schiavone interviews tag team champions Harlem Heat. Booker T says they are going to turn up the heat and says Fire and Ice will not be able to do a damn thing when they are done with them. Stevie Ray says they better show up with a lot of guts and heart to try and take the belts away from them at SuperBrawl V.

"Harlem Heat is here to dominate the WCW tag team ranks, suckas got to know!”

"Now can you dig that, Suckaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!"



When...



Suddenly...






The powerhouse duo Fire and Ice interrupts the interview. Teddy Long says that Ice Train and Scott Norton will take care of business at SuperBrawl V. "Let me holla at ya, playa!" "Believe that!

Harlem Heat and Fire and Ice are squaring off, resulting in an intense staredown....

The argument soon turns physical, into a wild brawl, with the chaos spilling out all around ringside. Eventually a number of officials and other wrestlers have to hit the ring and pull them apart before they kill each other.

Rating: 92 A


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Sting Vignette



A highlight video is shown to promote Sting.

He is painting his face and talks about The Great American Bash 1990, where he won the WCW World Heavyweight Championship for his first title reign. He also relives wrestling Lex Luger at SuperBrawl II to win the championship again. Sting talks about Spring Stampede 1994 where he pinned Rick Rude for another championship reign.

Sting, claims he would run through Curt Hennig at SuperBrawl V and then focus on regaining the WCW World Heavyweight Title. Sting knows that he will make Hennig tap out at SuperBrawl V.

Rating: 100 A*




Huge pop for Johnny B. Badd as he makes his entrance and fires the Badd Blaster....





Here comes the champion Arn Anderson…



WCW World Television Title Match



Johnny B. Badd vs. Arn Anderson

Johnny B. Badd tries to mat wrestle Arn Anderson from the start. Arn has to reign him in and ground him and then they slowly start to work through the motions.

Arn surprises Badd with a Spinebuster for a nearfall, but Badd kicks out. He gets the heat on Badd for a while and works over the back beautifully with heel tactics.

After a long Bearhug spot, Badd goes on the big comeback and surprises Arn with the Tutti Frutti KO punch and nearly wins, but before he covers "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff gets involved from the outside and distracts Badd, until Orndorff hits a surprise Spinebuster out of nowhere.



In a bout that had great wrestling and good heat, Arn Anderson defeated Johnny B. Badd in 7:06 by pinfall with a surprise Spinebuster out of nowhere. Arn Anderson makes defence number 4 of his WCW World Television Championship title.

Rating: 76 B-



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Interview w/ Hulk Hogan and Sting



Mean Gene had an interview with WCW World Heavyweight champion Hulk Hogan and his trusty allied Sting.

"Well you know, Mean Gene..."

Hogan says everyone in WCW is turning red and yellow because of them. Hogan doesn’t care if there is Vader Time 24/7, because he will beat Vader anytime with the Legdrop of Doom, brother!

Sting chimes in and says they can’t be controlled. There is no stopping them!

"It's Showtime, folks!"

Sting is cupping his hands together and yelling "Owwwwww!"

Rating: 100 A*




Stars 'n' Stripes vs. Badd Company w/ DDP


Unstoppable 450 pounds monster heel...



Vader appears during the open tag team match. Vader confronts Eric Bischoff and then heads to the ring...

Vader runs to the ring, pulls Marcus Alexander Bagwell from the apron, and rams him into the ring apron. Vader then gets in the ring to attack the other three men.

Vader destroys The Patriot, Paul Diamond, Pat Tanaka and Diamond Dallas Page with hard-hitting clubbering and levels Bagwell with one of the most devastating lariats in wrestling history.

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Stars 'n' Stripes defeated Badd Company in 6:07 when Badd Company was disqualified when Vader ran in and attacked Marcus Alexander Bagwell.

Badd Company and Diamond Dallas Page quickly escapes while Vader plants Marcus Alexander Bagwell down with a release Powerbomb! The Patriot feels the release Powerbomb as well.

Vader screams that he is "The Master of the Powerbomb".

Vader then said he wanted Hulk Hogan and threw around the steel barrier in anger. Security and other wrestlers tried to break up the rage attack. Marcus Alexander Bagwell and The Patriot was helped backstage by several preliminary wrestlers.

Rating: 73 B-



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Interview w/ The Stud Stable



Tony Schiavone interviews The Stud Stable and Col. Parker hypes all of his men's matches at SuperBrawl V.

The Blacktop Bully mocks Dustin Rhodes and says that he is going end Dustin's career.

Col. Robert Parker says that Dustin Rhodes and company will fall to his "Elite" team.

Rating: 80 B


Gene Okerlund is teasing the whereabouts of Missy Hyatt and want the fans to call the WCW Hotline...





Sting vs. Bobby Eaton

Sting tosses "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton out of the corner, but the match is off to a slow start. Sting Monkey Flips Eaton as Bobby runs the ropes. Eaton gets some offense in with a series of strikes in the corner, but that doesn’t last long at all. Sting with a flurry of offense followed by a Dropkick. Eaton hits a Scoop Slam before heading to the top rope. Sting gets up and slams Eaton in midair to win the match.

In a superb match, Sting defeated Bobby Eaton in 10:26 by pinfall with a Scoop Slam.

Rating: 80 B



Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan praised ring announcer Gary Michael Cappetta and the fact he still has hair on his head, as a shot at the WWF's Howard Finkel...



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SuperBrawl V Control Center



SuperBrawl V Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.



After a break, we're with Gene Okerlund



"Mean Gene" interviews WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan, about facing "Rocky Mountain Horror" Vader at SuperBrawl V. Hogan says no one cares about any other promotions and only care about WCW.

Hogan believes he can handle Vader and he is going to tear Vader apart in Philadelphia.

Hogan knows that Harley Race could slip him up and that is why he has Sting by his side to watch out for Race. Hogan is going to slam Vader and is going to beat Vader with the Legdrop of Doom, brother...



Gene hypes up the main event that will see WCW World Heavyweight champion Hulk Hogan compete against former WCW United States champion Vader.



"Mean" Gene talk about the upcoming SuperBrawl and makes the announcement that the following matches will take place at SuperBrawl V:

Johnny B. Badd vs. Paul Orndorff

Randy Savage vs. Bobby Eaton

No. 1 Contenders' Tag Team Match
The Steiner Brothers vs. Miracle Violence Connection

Philly Street Fight
The Nasty Boys vs. Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang

Iron Man Match
Sting vs. Curt Hennig

WCW World Tag Team Title Match
Fire and Ice vs. Harlem Heat

Two Out of Three Falls for the WCW United States Title Match
Mystery Opponent vs. Ric Flair

Best of Seven Series Match 5
Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin

Thundercage Match
Dustin Rhodes, Ray Traylor & Vladimir Koloff vs. The Blacktop Bully, Meng & Kurosawa

Thundercage Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Title
Hulk Hogan vs. Vader

Rating: 100 A*


Gene Okerlund is teasing the whereabouts of Jesse Ventura and want the fans to call the WCW Hotline...





Brian Pillman & Randy Savage vs. Steve Austin & Curt Hennig w/ Jeannie

Randy Savage is working on "Superstar" Steve Austin with jabs. Savage drops Austin with a Clothesline. Savage then comes off the top to deliver a Double Ax Handle Blow and drops Austin with a Gut Wrench Slam.

The heels work on Savage in their corner, but Savage escapes and tags in "Loose Cannon" Brian Pillman. Pillman hits a Dropkick on Curt Hennig as Savage hits another Double Ax Handle off the top rope.

Austin blocks a Big Splash off the middle rope by getting his knees up and goes to work on Pillman with stomps. Pillman nearly rolls Austin up for a win, but is instead worked on again by the heels. Savage gets the hot tag and cleans house with Elbow Strikes and a Slam on Hennig. Savage is tossed to the floor where Austin's valet Jeannie gets a cheap shot in. The heels keep the advantage for a few minutes, but aren’t able to put Savage away.

Hennig enters to nail Savage with an midsection kick, but Savage powers out at two. Pillman gets the hot tag and cleans house with right hands. Pillman hits the Diving Crossbody on Hennig and goes for the Crucifix armbar with neckscissors, but Austin big boots him. Steve Austin backdrops Savage over the top to the floor. Pillman and Hennig collide on a Crossbody attempt. Hennig rolls in and covers Pillman while Austin rolled to the floor, but only got a two count. Savage knees Austin into Jeannie and Pillman rolls Hennig up, but Arn Anderson and Ric Flair enters the ring and along with Steve Austin and Curt Hennig attacks Sting and Savage.

In an exceptional match, Randy Savage and Brian Pillman defeated Curt Hennig and Steve Austin in 16:23 when Curt Hennig was disqualified when Arn Anderson and Ric Flair ran in and attacked Brian Pillman and Randy Savage.

Rating: 87 B+



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



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Post Match Attack



The Four Horsemen continue their attack, beating Brian Pillman and Randy Savage down into the mat with a classic Horseman Stomp.





With Sting and Ray "The Law" Traylor then coming out and clearing The Four Horsemen from the ring.

Rating: 100 A*


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Interview w/ Vader



Vader and Harley Race come out to talk to Eric Bischoff and Commissioner Nick Bockwinkel.

There is no bigger bad ass than Vader. A big, stiff, powerful, muscular, athletic monster from the Rocky Mountains, anyone who gets in his way is destroyed and sent to the hospital for his trouble. No one can escape the Monster’s wrath.

Vader declares himself the uncrowned WCW World Heavyweight Champion. Vader says there's no way Hulk Hogan will be able to handle his mass at SuperBrawl V. After months of being ducked, it's finally Vader time!



When...



Suddenly...






Hulk Hogan comes out weilding his World Title and tries to get at Vader as the Hulkamaniacs start to cheer. Hogan intends to whip Vader with the leather belt, but is held away by officials.



The crowd goes nuts as Hogan does the finger wag.



"I fear no man, no beast or evil, brother."

"I've beaten the biggest and baddest dudes in the World of Professional wrestling, brother!"

"Whatcha gonna do, when Hulkamania runs wild on you!"



The segment ends as Hogan tries to get at Vader, but is held away by officials. Commissioner Bockwinkel ejects both Hogan and Vader from the building...

Rating: 100 A*


Bobby Heenan knows that Vader is going to get the job done at Superbrawl V...

Show Rating 91 A
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Default WCW Main Event - [Sunday / Week 3 /February / 1995]



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









Gordon Solie, Dusty Rhodes & Lee Marshall open the show telling us that tonight’s Main Event will be a six-man tag team match between Team Rhodes vs. Bunkhouse Buck, Bob Orton Jr. and Nasty Ned.





Adam Flash and Bobby Blaze vs. The High Rollers

In a decent match, The High Rollers (The Hustler & The Gambler) defeated Adam Flash and Bobby Blaze in 2:08 when The Gambler defeated Adam Flash by pinfall with The Wild Card.

You got to know when to hold ’em, know when to fold ’em. Know when to walk away, know when to……get your ass kicked by the one and the only. The token stealin’, card flingin’, taxi cab ridin’ son of a gun himself – The Gambler.

Rating: 51 D+



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Interview w/ Johnny B. Badd



Eric Bischoff had an interview with popular babyface "The Badd Man" Johnny B. Badd hyping his upcoming singles match with narcissistic bully "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff at SuperBrawl V.

Badd will never forget about losing to "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff at The Clash Of The Champions in Las Vegas. Badd is going back to the winners circle while Orndorff will be going to dreamland. He will land the biggest knockout punch in history to beat Orndorff at SuperBrawl V.

Rating: 82 B




Johnny B. Badd vs. Duane Gill

Johnny B. Badd successfully competed in singles action picking up a win after a Tutti Frutti punch. In an squash match, Johnny B. Badd defeated jobber Duane Gill in 1:47 by pinfall with a Tutti Frutti.





After the match, narcissistic bully "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff came out to confront Johnny B. Badd. Orndorff tried to get in the ring and settle the score, but was prevented from doing so by several officials.

Rating: 57 C-





Get ready for Pity City...





The Nasty Boys vs. Andrew Warner and Hardbody Harrison

In an squash match with some stiff and sloppy garbage clubbering, The Nasty Boys defeated Andrew Warner and Hardbody Harrison in 1:40 when Brian Knobbs defeated Andrew Warner by pinfall with a Trip to Nastyville.

Rating: 56 C-



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Interview w/ The Nasty Boys



"Mean Gene" interviews The Nasty Boys and they promise a wild brawl in Philadelphia at SuperBrawl V and it's going to be Nasty-Sized.

"We got a bad reputation!"

"If you mess with the boys!"

"Get ready for Pity City!"

Rating: 94 A




Joey Maggs, Tim Horner and Frankie Lancaster vs. The Stud Stable w/ Col. Parker

In a bout that had hard-hitting wrestling and excellent selling from the faces, The Stud Stable (The Blacktop Bully, Meng and Kurasawa) defeated "Jumping" Joey Maggs, "White Lightning" Tim Horner and Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster in 5:40 when Meng defeated Frankie Lancaster by submission with a Tongan Death Grip.

Rating: 76 B-



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Interview w/ The Stud Stable



After the match, Tony Schiavone interviews The Stud Stable. The Blacktop Bully tells Col. Parker he will get his money worth tomorrow night when he takes out Dustin Rhodes at SuperBrawl V. The Blacktop Bully says he is going to whip Dustin Rhodes like he is a red headed step child.

Rating: 83 B+


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SuperBrawl V Control Center



SuperBrawl V Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.



After a break, we're with Gene Okerlund



"Mean Gene" interviews fan favorite Sting, about facing Four Horsemen member Curt Hennig at SuperBrawl V. Sting doesn’t consider Curt Hennig "all that perfect". Sting is going to tie Hennig in a knot and then going to break Hennig’s hands and knees.



Then a interview w/ The Four Horsemen



With Curt Hennig saying he would happily embarass Sting in the ring at SuperBrawl. Hennig says that he is a immense technical wrestling talent and simply the perfect wrestler.

The Dirtiest Player in the Game! A limousine-ridin', jet-flyin', wheelin' dealin' kiss-stealin' — Woooo! — Son-Of-A-Gun! Ric Flair is eager to defend against all the top contenders, including the "Mystery Opponent". "To be the man — Woooo!, you gotta beat the man! And The Nature Boy is the man!" "Now it's time to go to school!"

"Superstar" Steve Austin mocks the lifestyle of his rival Brian Pillman and declares himself the biggest star in WCW. The gimmick is simple: Austin is a jerk and people hates him.



Gene hypes up the main event that will see WCW World Heavyweight champion Hulk Hogan compete against former WCW United States champion Vader.



"Mean" Gene talk about the upcoming SuperBrawl and makes the announcement that the following matches will take place at SuperBrawl V:

Johnny B. Badd vs. Paul Orndorff

Randy Savage vs. Bobby Eaton

WCW World Television Title Match
Jim Duggan vs. Arn Anderson

No. 1 Contenders' Tag Team Match
The Steiner Brothers vs. Miracle Violence Connection

Philly Street Fight
The Nasty Boys vs. Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang

Iron Man Match
Sting vs. Curt Hennig

WCW World Tag Team Title Match
Fire and Ice vs. Harlem Heat

Two Out of Three Falls for the WCW United States Title Match
Mystery Opponent vs. Ric Flair

Best of Seven Series Match 5
Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin

Thundercage Match
Dustin Rhodes, Ray Traylor & Vladimir Koloff vs. The Blacktop Bully, Meng & Kurosawa

Thundercage Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Title
Hulk Hogan vs. Vader

Rating: 100 A*




Dustin Rhodes, Vladimir Koloff and Ray Traylor w/ Nikita Koloff vs. Bunkhouse Buck, Bob Orton Jr. and Nasty Ned

Dustin Rhodes and Bunkhouse Buck kick off the tag match with Dustin hammering away on Buck. Rhodes knocks Buck off his feet with a kick to the head and tags in Ray Traylor.

The babyfaces continue to tag in and out and delivering quick shots on Bully. Bob Orton Jr tags in, but is knocked down by Vladimir Koloff. Orton knocks Koloff off the apron and Rhodes knee lifts Orton to the floor. Koloff punches Buck and Orton on the floor.

Back in the ring, Dustin nearly pins Buck with a Sunset Flip. Buck drops Rhodes throat first across the top rope and gets the advantage. Buck and Nasty Ned double team Dustin for a brief period of time. Rhodes tries to get a tag to Ray Traylor, but is prevented by Buck. Traylor gets the tag after Dustin rolls through Buck’s legs. Traylor cleans house with Clotheslines and power moves. He ends it with a Spinebuster on Nasty Ned for the win.

In a decent match, Dustin Rhodes, Vladimir Koloff and Ray Traylor defeated Nasty Ned and Bunkhouse Buck & Bob Orton Jr. in 8:10 when Ray Traylor defeated Nasty Ned by pinfall with a Spinebuster.

Rating: 74 B-



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Interview w/ Vader



"Mean" Gene Okerlund interviews Vader and Harley Race. Vader says he nearly squeezed the life out of Hogan at The Clash Of The Champions. Vader knows that Hogan is afraid of him. Vader thinks that Hulkamania is coming to an end tomorrow night.

Harley Race is going to see Vader squash Hogan and thinks tomorrow night will be a good night for them.

Rating: 100 A*
Show Rating 83 B+
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I'm The Gambler (yep, pre-judice) all the way but Nasty Ned is the second favorite here.
Frankie The Thumper must be nr3. Hey .... that should be an awesome 3-man stable: "Nothing left to lose": Gambler, Ned and Lancaster. (and...they'd always lose....come on, top bookers have come up with worse ideas).
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Had no idea Vladimir Koloff was a real wrestler. Always assumed you'd just took some indie talent and pretended he was related to Nikita Koloff. I kind of thought Vladimir was actually the Big Show with a Russian gimmick -- in that picture, Koloff could pass, but in real life, he has a different build.
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I'm The Gambler (yep, pre-judice) all the way but Nasty Ned is the second favorite here.
Frankie The Thumper must be nr3. Hey .... that should be an awesome 3-man stable: "Nothing left to lose": Gambler, Ned and Lancaster. (and...they'd always lose....come on, top bookers have come up with worse ideas).
Nasty Ned has some wins when teaming with the Texas Hangmen or Bunkhouse Buck.

The Thumper also gets his share of wins in the dark matches. I might have to find him a new tag team partner since Mark Starr's contract is expiring. Maybe i should test him with Joey Maggs, Bobby Walker or Rikki Nelson.
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Had no idea Vladimir Koloff was a real wrestler. Always assumed you'd just took some indie talent and pretended he was related to Nikita Koloff. I kind of thought Vladimir was actually the Big Show with a Russian gimmick -- in that picture, Koloff could pass, but in real life, he has a different build.


Yeah he did receive a tryout and has been training in the WCW Power Plant. He seems to have gotten a pretty nice destiny roll, so maybe he'll turn into a star.

Vladimir Koloff

I think that Paul Wight / The Giant is preset to debut in the summer of 1995.
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Nasty Ned has some wins when teaming with the Texas Hangmen or Bunkhouse Buck.

The Thumper also gets his share of wins in the dark matches. I might have to find him a new tag team partner since Mark Starr's contract is expiring. Maybe i should test him with Joey Maggs, Bobby Walker or Rikki Nelson.
Rikki Nelson!!! (I did an AWA play once and Starr was actually pretty good...).
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Yeah he did receive a tryout and has been training in the WCW Power Plant. He seems to have gotten a pretty nice destiny roll, so maybe he'll turn into a star.

Vladimir Koloff

I think that Paul Wight / The Giant is preset to debut in the summer of 1995.
Wow, that's... actually, very promising. He could definitely work a main event, but if he can put on some more muscle, maybe carry the company. Color me intrigued.

Nasty Ned has some wins when teaming with the Texas Hangmen or Bunkhouse Buck.

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Nasty Ned has some wins when teaming with the Texas Hangmen or Bunkhouse Buck.

The Thumper also gets his share of wins in the dark matches. I might have to find him a new tag team partner since Mark Starr's contract is expiring. Maybe i should test him with Joey Maggs, Bobby Walker or Rikki Nelson.
Tony Anthony really comes to mind for a partner -- him or Chris Hamrick.
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Yeah he did receive a tryout and has been training in the WCW Power Plant. He seems to have gotten a pretty nice destiny roll, so maybe he'll turn into a star.

Vladimir Koloff

I think that Paul Wight / The Giant is preset to debut in the summer of 1995.
Gotta love it when the bio talks smack about someone who ends up very talented
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Rikki Nelson!!! (I did an AWA play once and Starr was actually pretty good...).
Starr is pretty allround, but Rikki Nelson has better SQ, selling, chain wrestling and mat wrestling.



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Wow, that's... actually, very promising. He could definitely work a main event, but if he can put on some more muscle, maybe carry the company. Color me intrigued.
I'm looking forward to push him and see how he improves. It's fun to push someone that not everyone else pushes.



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Tony Anthony really comes to mind for a partner -- him or Chris Hamrick.
I'll take a look at them. Both actually works for ECW at the moment. Heyman stole both Dirty White Boy and Dirty White Girl from Smokey Mountain Wrestling as they is at war.



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Gotta love it when the bio talks smack about someone who ends up very talented
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Default SuperBrawl V [February - 1995]



The Biggest Brawl Of Them All!



These are the results from WCW SuperBrawl V, being held by World Championship Wrestling. It is being held in front of 19,000 people at The Spectrum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It's a Sell Out!





We get introduced to SuperBrawl V by Tony Schiavone. Our main event match will be a Thundercage match with Hulk Hogan vs. Vader for the WCW World Heavyweight title. Hogan is looking for revenge on Vader that has been attacking him on several occasions, while No 1 Contender Vader has a unique shot at the title. Tonight could be the End of Hulkamania, as Vader and his manager Harley Race is trying to injure Hogan and end his career.

Your hosts are Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan and Eric Bischoff.

Tony Schiavone says that the fans are jam packed in the arena.

Let’s get to it!




Tony, Bobby, and “Mean” Gene Okerlund make predictions regarding the main event. They also state that WCW United States champion “Nature Boy” Ric Flair is here tonight and will face a Mystery Challenger tonight...





"The Prettiest Man in WCW" Johnny B. Badd comes out and the fans are insane for his Badd Blaster, which launch confetti all over the place...





His opponent...

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






Johnny B. Badd vs. Paul Orndorff w/ Toni

"Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff is here to teach "The Badd Man" Johnny B. Badd a lesson or two. Badd works an Armbar. Orndorff takes over with Backbreakers and arrogantly poses like it’s a squash match against some local jobber. Badd goes for a Sunset Flip, but Orndorff punches him in the ribs in mid-air to stop it.

Orndorff is very heelish in his way, and played-up his superior physique bullying other Badd around...

Orndorff takes over with a Chinlock and uses the ropes for leverage. A Gorilla Press Slam from Orndorff, who then mocks Badd with some more bodybuilding poses. Badd elbows out, and connects with a stunning Dropkick. Badd attempted to punch Orndorff, but Orndorff kept yanking him down by the hair.

Badd finally explodes with some flashy offense. Orndorff and his valet Toni engage in some heel miscommunication. Badd rolls him up for 1-2! Badd continues with his flashy offense. Orndorff is in trouble and Toni is getting involved. She tries to clobber Badd with her shoe, but smashes Orndorff over the head with it and Badd quickly goes for the Shooting Star Press to finish Orndorff off.

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Johnny B. Badd defeated Paul Orndorff in 6:09 by pinfall with a Shooting Star Press following botched interference by Toni.

Rating: 73 B-



Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan talks about Vader being a monster. On the latest episode of WCW Saturday Night he punched in a limo-window while looking for WCW World Heavyweight champion Hulk Hogan, then came out during a Stars 'n' Stripes vs. Badd Company tag match and laid waste to all concerned...





Randy Savage vs. Bobby Eaton

In a bout that had great wrestling, good heat and both wrestlers getting an equal amount of offense, "Macho Man" Randy Savage defeated "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton in 8:03 by pinfall with a Savage Elbow Drop.

Rating: 74 B-



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Interview w/ The Four Horsemen



"Mean Gene" is in the aisleway and welcomes out Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Curt Hennig, Steve Austin, Elizabeth and Jeannie to a huge pop. Ric Flair puts over Philadelphia and all the partying and women he had in this very town.

"Mean Gene" asks him about Hulk Hogan vs. Vader tonight and Flair sidesteps it and instead decides to put over all of his Four Horsemen brothers and puts over the party afterwards tonight at the Ritz-Carlton and "Mean Gene" obviously wants in as the party will include lots of champagne and beautiful women.

Flair points out that he is the greatest WCW United States Champion of all time. He says that his "Mystery Opponent" will fail to take the championship away from him tonight. He and his fellow Horsemen are going to be victorious tonight. After winning their matches at SuperBrawl V they are living the jet set lifestyle and partying with the hottest chicks.

While Ric Flair talks, Mean Gene is checking Elizabeth and Jeannie out.

But the fact is, he's Ric Flair, he's the Nature Boy, and he's already sick and tired of Randy Savage. He's here to defend his title, but he makes the promise to take care of Savage later and to run him out of WCW by giving him a Horseman Stomp he'll never forget.

He then wink's into the camera before WOOOOOOO'ing and walking off.

Rating: 100 A*




Here comes "Hacksaw" with an American flag in one hand and his trusty 2x4 in the other. You disrespect America, you disrespect Hacksaw.

"Hacksaw's gonna do what Hacksaw came to do! Beat people up! What You Gonna Do About It, Tough Guy?"

"Hooooooooooooooo!!!" "U-S-A!" "U-S-A!" "U-S-A!"






Here comes the TV champion Arn Anderson...



WCW World Television Title Match



Jim Duggan vs. Arn Anderson ©

The bout starts off with an wild brawl that spills to the outside.This was the good ol' "Mid-South Hacksaw" and not the cartoony "WWF Hacksaw". It was an pretty open and even match until "The Enforcer" surprises Jim Duggan with a Spinebuster.

In a bout that had fantastic heat and good wrestling, "The Enforcer" Arn Anderson defeated "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan in 6:07 by pinfall with a perfect Spinebuster. Arn Anderson makes defence number 5 of his WCW World Television Championship title.

Rating:76 B-



The announcers chat some more about the main event between Hulk Hogan vs. Vader; and "Mean" Gene Okerlund thinks Vader wants to permanently injure Hulk Hogan...





Huge pop for the Steiner Brothers...





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



No. 1 Contenders' Tag Team Match



The Steiner Brothers vs. Miracle Violence Connection w/ Col. Parker

It's a open bout that had superb hard-hitting power wrestling and a excellent reaction from the crowd. It was a hard-hitting war with stiff Clotheslines, which then gave way to really hard Slams and Suplexes.

Rick Steiner catches Steve Williams coming off the middle rope and starts his comeback. Diving Bulldog!

Cover, 1-2-NO!

Col. Parker sticks Williams’s foot on the rope. Rick Steiner takes liberties with Col. Parker and brings him into the ring with a Suplex. Williams misses a Clothesline and floats out to the apron. Now Rick Steiner tries to Suplex him in, but Parker trips up Rick Steiner and Steve Williams falls on top while Parker holds Rick’s feet down for the 1-2-3.

Miracle Violence Connection defeated The Steiner Brothers in a No. 1 Contenders' match in 16:21 when Steve Williams defeated Rick Steiner by pinfall after Col. Robert Parker interfered.

Rating: 93 A



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The Nasty Boys vs. Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang Hype Video



A video package highlighting the The Nasty Boys vs. Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang feud.

"The Most Evil Man in Professional Wrestling of All Time" Kevin Sullivan and his 450 pound badass bash brother One Man Gang vs. the two big, burly mullet-hawk wearing street thugs "The Nasty Boys" known for their intense stiff brawls and brash attitudes.

The Nasty Boys are ready for the Philly Street Fight tonight and will take Kevin Sullivan and One Man Gang to Nastyville for the last time. They’ll slap Woman’s face off if they have to.

Rating: 95 A*


Philly Street Fight



The Nasty Boys vs. Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang w/ Woman

This starts off with an awesome intense and stiff brawl that spills to the outside. All four wrestlers try to their opponents as hard as possible. Brutal powerbombs, reckless dives, and tons of chairshots ensured that all wrestlers left the battle bloodied and feeling like they'd been hit by trucks.

In a stiff garbage brawl that had superb heat, The Nasty Boys defeated Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang in a Philly Street Fight match in 14:27 when Brian Knobbs defeated Kevin Sullivan by pinfall with a Trip to Nastyville. Huge pop for The Nasties for winning the Philly Street Fight. The fans are pure red hot for the two big, burly mullet-hawk wearing street thugs.

Rating: 74 B-





Here comes Four Horsemen member Curt Hennig...





Huge pop for Sting, the most popular wrestler in WCW...



Iron Man Match



Sting vs. Curt Hennig

Sting explodes with a flurry of Clotheslines and Dropkicks. It's a back and forth match that went the distance, with both wrestlers having several great comeback segments. In an unbelievable match, Sting drew with Curt Hennig in an Iron Man match in 30:00 at two falls each.

Rating: 97 A*



Gene Okerlund says “This has been one of the best four or five pay per views I’ve ever been involved in.”



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Interview w/ Vader



"Mean Gene" interviews "Rocky Mountain Monster" Vader and Harley Race backstage and Vader just destroys stuff. He is tearing the backstage area apart.

Harley Race says Vader's held three different world titles from three different promotions on three continents making him the closest thing professional wrestling has ever had to a true world champion.

“Who’s the man?”

“Who’s the man?”

“Who’s the man?”

“It’s Vader!”

“Vader is the man!”

“I rule the WCW and no one can stop me!”

Vader yells that "Hogan finally will have to look into the Eyes of his Destructor" and flips out even more and storms off as Harley Race order the cameraman to stop filming.

Rating: 100 A*


WCW World Tag Team Title Match



Fire and Ice w/ Teddy Long vs. Harlem Heat ©

This match featured some good brawling and hard-hitting power moves. Champions Harlem Heat were fantastic at stooging for Ice Train and Scott "Flash" Norton, and it helped the crowd to really rally behind Fire and Ice.

Booker T misses a Jumping Hook Kick on Ice Train and crotches himself. Booker T thumbs the eyes to get a tag out to Stevie Ray. He misses a Corner Charge and is leveled by a stiff Clothesline.

Ice Train and Scott Norton works him over for a little bit, with hard-hitting power moves, until Stevie Ray gets away. Booker T tags in and gets worked over for a little while, but he comes back with a Dropkick on Norton that puts him on the floor. Back in, Stevie Ray eats a Clothesline from Norton and returns the favor with a Mule Kick.

Back on the floor, Booker T walks over and Superkicks Norton. Back in, Norton avoids an Elbow Drop and rolls out to the floor while Booker T Spinaroonies to his feet long. Meanwhile, Stevie Ray nails Ice Train with a Clothesline off the apron.

Back in the ring, the Heat cut off the ring with a Chinlock. Ice Train gets drawn in. Ice Train ducks a Clothesline and hits a desperation Powerslam to set up the hot tag to Scott Norton. He runs through Harlem Heat with big Clotheslines, but a knee to the back from Booker T slows him down. They whip him into the ropes and telegraph a Backdrop.

Norton set up for the big hot tag from Ice Train quite well and when they do the place actually goes nuts as Fire and Ice starts dominating Booker T with hard-hitting power moves. It ends when Fire and Ice defeated Booker T by pinfall with a Flashback followed by a Train Wreck.

In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Fire and Ice defeated Harlem Heat in 9:53 when Scott Norton defeated Booker T by pinfall with a Flashback followed by a Train Wreck. Fire and Ice win the WCW World Tag Team Championship titles.

Rating: 80 B



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Interview w/ Hulk Hogan



"Mean Gene" interviews WCW World Heavyweight champion Hulk Hogan.

"Well you know, Mean Gene..."

Hogan says he’s ready for the latest challenge of Hulkamania. Even his family is worried about Vader hurting him tonight, but the Pythons are ready for Vader Time.

Hogan says he is going rise to the occasion and be a maniac tonight, brother.

Hogan is going to slam Vader and is going to beat Vader, brother.

He is going to tear Vader apart in Philadelphia, brother.

"So Vader, I’ve got somethin’ to tell you, when you come in front of all my Hulkamaniacs, be ready for the fight of your life, brother! There’s gonna be one thing that’s gonna happen to you! You're gonna be laying at your back, looking up saying: ‘Please Mr. Hogan, don’t beat on me anymore!’ Then the Legdrop of Doom will destroy you!"

Rating: 100 A*


Two Out of Three Falls for the WCW United States Title Match



Hiroshi Hase vs. Ric Flair © w/ Elizabeth

The mystery opponent is none other than former WCW International World Heavyweight champion Hiroshi Hase. The crowd's hot and the open match has a ton of energy and drama! During the match, both wrestlers had several great comeback segments.

In a bout that had great heat and good wrestling, "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair defeated Japanese star Hiroshi Hase in a Two Out Of Three Falls match in 16:09 by two straight falls, with the final fall happening by submission with a Figure Four Leglock. Ric Flair makes defence number 1 of his WCW United States Championship title.

Rating: 89 A



Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan hype up the next PPV in March, WCW Uncensored, and put over it's "originality" as being uncensored, uncut and unsanctioned...





Here comes the "Loose Cannon" Brian Pillman...





Major heat for the arrogant and obnoxious Steve Austin. Hep is mocking the crowd by pantomime crying, resulting in a thunderous booing. His gimmick is simple: He is a jerk and people hates him...



Best of Seven Series Match 5



Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin w/ Jeannie

In a bout that had sensational wrestling and fantastic heat, "Superstar" Steve Austin defeated "Loose Cannon" Brian Pillman in a Best of Seven Series match in 16:07 by pinfall by using underhanded tactics by hitting Pillman with some brass knuckles when Jeannie distracted the referee.

Rating: 86 B+



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The Rhodes vs. The Stud Stable Hype Video



A hype video of the feud between The Rhodes and The Stud Stable.

Clips of the Blacktop Bully being arrested and Colonel Robert Parker bailing him out to the tune of $75,000.

Clips of Ray "The Law" Traylor and The Koloff cousins saving Dustin Rhodes from an brutal post-match beatdown.

Clips of the hard-hitting and reckless match between Ray "The Law" Traylor and Meng at The Clash Of The Champions (January 1995) that resulted in a double count out.

Clips of Dustin Rhodes defeating Meng in a Falls Count Anywhere match by a fast-counted pinfall from Ray "The Law" Traylor at Starrcade.

Clips of Meng destroying Dusty Rhodes in a Last Man Standing Match at The Clash Of The Champions (November 1994). Including the brutal post-match attack on Dusty.

Rating: 83 B+


The announcers preview the upcoming 3 vs. 3 Thundercage Match, which is part of the long-running feud between the Rhodes Family vs. Colonel Parker’s Stud Stable...



Thundercage Match



Dustin Rhodes, Vladimir Koloff and Ray Traylor w/ Nikita Koloff vs. The Stud Stable w/ Col. Parker

This was wild hard-hitting brawling for the sake of brawling, and it was all very clearly done just to set-up the upcoming rematches between Dustin Rhodes vs. The Blacktop Bully; Ray Traylor vs. Meng; and Vladimir Koloff vs. Kurosawa.

The Blacktop Bully gets extra rough on Dustin Rhodes at numerous times, but Dustin has the hot comeback and hits the Corner Bulldog.

"The Russian Beast" Vladimir Koloff gets his shoulder posted early on and Kurosawa work the arm for a long time. Meanwhile Ray Traylor and Meng are engaged in a wild no-nonsense, take-no-prisoners brawl.

A smark in the crowd held up a “Repo” sign as the fans chanted KFC at Parker...

Dustin slams Blacktop Bully’s face in the cage. Blacktop Bully shrugs off a Monkey Flip out of the corner and levels Dustin with a Clothesline. Rhodes elbows out of a Chinlock, but then does the spot where he misses a Crossbody and goes crashing into the cage.

The bout is hard-hitting and reckless, with blood splattered around the cage and the mat.

Blacktop Bully looks to finish Dustin off, but ends up in a Surprise Cradle. The average working class guy Dustin Rhodes is bloody and beaten, but manages to end up winning the match for his team.

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Dustin Rhodes, Vladimir Koloff and Ray Traylor defeated The Stud Stable (The Blacktop Bully, Meng and Kurasawa) in a Thundercage match in 15:47 when Dustin Rhodes defeated The Blacktop Bully by pinfall with a Surprise Cradle.

Rating: 78 B



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Hulk Hogan vs. Vader Hype Video



A hype video airs for the main event between WCW World Heavyweight champion Hulk Hogan and No 1 challenger Vader.

Clips of Vader are shown including his face-to-face confrontation with Hulk Hogan at Starrcade.

Clips on Hogan receiving the brutal Release Powerbomb from Vader at The Clash.

Clips of the pull apart brawl between Hulk Hogan and Vader at the latest episode of Saturday Night.

Rating: 100 A*




You know what time it is!

It's time! It's time! It's Vader Time!






It's Hulkamania time! Here comes "The Immortal" Hulk Hogan. Mixed reaction for WCW World Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan as he makes his entrance...



Heel colour commentator Bobby “The Brain” Heenan hypes Vader and keeps bashing Hogan on commentary with anti-Hogan remarks.



Thundercage Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Title



© Hulk Hogan vs. Vader w/ Harley Race

Vader no-sells Hulk Hogan’s punches to start. ”Who's the Man?”

We look over at Bobby Heenan who tries to hold back a smile...

Hogan tries to wrestle Vader with his one hold: the Cross Armbreaker takedown. Vader stands up out of it and stomps Hogan in the face. He corners Hogan and unloads a punishing barrage of strikes. Vader splashes him in the corner, causing Hogan to regroup.

Vader follows him, but Hulk reverses a Whip into the Thundercage that puts Vader almost into Harley Race’s face. Hogan delivers his ten-count corner punches and a Running Clothesline sends Vader down into the mat. Vader gets pounded some more before Hogan gets cocky and tries a Slam, which fails and Vader falls on him. Here comes Vader. Body Attack connects. Vader Bomb connects and the crowd goes wild!

A Vadersault misses! Vader ducks a Clothesline and gives Hulk a Chokeslam! Vader corners Hogan again for a hellish beating and then gives him a Suplex.

Looks like it’s Hulk Up Time!

Hulk Hogan looks to the right. Hulk Hogan looks to the left.

The Hulkamaniacs start to cheer.

Hulk Up Time!

Hogan, shaking his fists, looks deep within himself and remembers what A Real American Hero is. The finger wag and the crowd goes nuts and he makes his big comeback!

Ten punches later, we have a Big Boot, and a Legdrop. Cover, 1-NO!! Vader presses Hogan off him! Body Attack by Vader sends Hogan into the referee.

Vader splashes Hogan, but the referee is down, so there’s nobody to count. Hogan jumps up and charges Vader with fists! Hogan Clotheslines Vader just as Harley Race attack Hogan from behind with the Stun Gun.

The referee wakes up as Vader gives Hulk the Powerbomb.

In an unbelievable match, Vader defeated Hulk Hogan in a Thundercage match in 16:24 by pinfall with a Triple Powerbomb after Harley Race interfered. Vader wins the WCW World Heavyweight Championship title.

Rating: 90 A



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Post-match Beatdown



Unstoppable 450 pounds monster heel Vader continues his devastating attack on Hulk Hogan with those big fists. Vader splashes down onto Hogan a couple of times.



When...



Suddenly...





He is joined by "The Beast from the East" Bam Bam Bigelow...

Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow double team Hogan with a devastating Aided Release Powerbomb.

YES! YES! YES! Heenan exclaims. Heenan is very happy...

Bam Bam Bigelow traps Hulk Hogan on the mat while Vader goes up top and he's going to attempt to break Hogan's leg with the Vader Bomb, but the explosive and athletic bodybuilder Sting come bolting out with a steel chair. He brains Harley Race. He whacks Vader numerous times and he whacks Bam Bam Bigelow right in the face.

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

Is this the end of Hulkamania?

Rating: 100 A*


Heenan is very pleased. This is hopefully the end of Hulk Hogan and Hulkamania. It's a big grin on Heenan’s face as Hogan is removed on the gurney...



Show Rating: 98 A*




Comments: So why would Hogan take the pinfall? Well it was a tainted loss; his cartoony WWF gimmick was getting stale; and he is going away to film the second season of Thunder of Paradise. In this save, the second season wasn't cancelled so expect Hogan to be back in September with a less cartoony gimmick.

So what's going on with Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow? Continue reading and you will find out what's going on.

I'm pretty satisfied with the match ratings as some of the matches a set-up matches for what to come. The Steiners vs. Miracle Violence Connection match rating was a nice surprise...
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These are the results from WWF In Your House, being held by World Wrestling Federation. It is being held in front of 21,118 people at Molson Stadium in Montreal, Quebec.


Tatanka vs. Dr Isaac Yankem w/ Jerry Lawler
In a terrible match, Tatanka defeated Dr. Isaac Yankem in 5:22 by pinfall with an End of the Trail.
Rating: 56 C-


Interview w/ Diesel & Shawn Michaels
Diesel will win the World title tonight.



WWF European Title Match
Bob Holly vs. King Kong Bundy w/ Ted DiBiase & Kama
In a terrible match, King Kong Bundy defeated Bob Holly in 5:12 by pinfall with a Big Splash. During the match we also had Ahmed Johnson distract King Kong Bundy. King Kong Bundy makes defence number 7 of his WWF European Championship title.
Rating: 48 D+


Post-match we had a confrontation between Ahmed Johnson vs. King Kong Bundy, Kama and Ted DiBiase.


Lex Luger vs. Rick Martel w/ Marlena
In a decent match, Lex Luger defeated Rick Martel in 12:10 when Rick Martel was disqualified when Marlena attacked Lex Luger using her shoe as a machete.
Rating: 77 B


WWF World Tag Team Title Match
The Smoking Gunns vs. The New Blackjacks
In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, The New Blackjacks defeated The Smoking Gunns in 8:16 when Blackjack Windham defeated Billy Gunn by pinfall after using a cowbell to knockout Billy Gunn when the referee was distracted. The New Blackjacks win the WWF World Tag Team Championship titles.
Rating: 54 C-


Post-match Brawl between The Smoking Gunns & The New Blackjacks.


Owen Hart vs. Shawn Michaels
In a superb match, Shawn Michaels defeated Owen Hart in 15:31 by pinfall with the Sweet Chin Music following interference from British Bulldog.
Rating: 82 B


The Undertaker makes a spectacular entrance.



The Undertaker w/ Paul Bearer vs. Irwin R. Schyster w/ Ted DiBiase
In a decent match, The Undertaker defeated Irwin R. Schyster in a Steel Cage match in 9:57 by pinfall with a Tombstone Piledriver.
Rating: 72 B-


The Undertaker puts I.R.S. in a Casket and drags him backstage.


WWF Intercontinental Title Match
Razor Ramon vs. Jeff Jarrett w/ Sherri Martel
In a decent match, Razor Ramon defeated Jeff Jarrett in 16:01 by pinfall with a Razor's Edge. Razor Ramon makes defence number 5 of his WWF Intercontinental Championship title.
Rating: 76 B-


Iron Man Match
Ricky Steamboat vs. Jake Roberts
In a Iron Man match that had great wrestling and good heat, Ricky Steamboat drew with Jake Roberts in 30:00 at two falls each.
Rating: 81 B


After the match Jake Roberts DDT'ed Ricky Steamboat.


WWF World Heavyweight Title Match
Bret Hart vs. Diesel
In a bout that had superb wrestling and great heat, Bret Hart defeated Diesel in 20:27 by disqualification when Diesel hit Bret Hart with the title belt. Bret Hart makes defence number 10 of his WWF World Heavyweight Championship title.
Rating: 86 B+


Bret Hart celebrates defeating Diesel.

Show Rating 89 A
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Hulk Hogan is rumoured to return at Fall Brawl or Halloween Havoc. Filming Season 2 of Thunder In Paradise will take up at least 6 months and Hogan seems to want to be a celebrity and actor more than he wants to wrestle in WCW and only gets in the ring these days to keep his face in the public.

CMLL saw a title change last night, as Negro Casas lost the CMLL World Middleweight Championship to Pierroth Jr. This victory marks his first reign with the title. Negro Casas managed eleven successful title defences prior to this defeat.

WCW has made the decision to add more PPVs to their 1995 schedule. The new PPVs are named Uncensored and World War 3. PPVs is by far the most profitable thing for WCW, but the question is how many PPVs can they add before they over-saturate the market? WCW adding more PPVs to their schedule almost certainly kills any possibility of them producing another AAA PPV. WCW and AAA had been negotiating for a date in June, but with WCW, UFC, and WWF all have PPVs scheduled that month, the chances that WCW will also run a PPV for AAA is highly unlikely.

ECW CyberSlam Report! Paul Heyman's Extreme Championship Wrestling held ECW CyberSlam last night in OnCenter War Memorial, and drew 8,000 fans. The feedback has been that the show was awesome despite ECW stars like 2 Cold Scorpio, Sabu and Crash the Terminator being unavailable due to touring in Japan. In the main event Public Enemy defeated The Bruise Brothers and champions Shane Douglas & Mr. Hughes in a Three-Way Dance to win the ECW World Tag Team titles. While newcomer Lucifer Payne defeated Rhino and Steve Corino in a hard-hitting Three-Way Dance to win the vacant ECW World Television title. We also saw "Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert returning to ECW, and defeating Rob Van Dam and Chris Candido in a Three-Way match and afterwards confrontating Paul E. Dangerously and his Dangerous Alliance. We also had Raven defeating Tommy Dreamer in a bloody Raven's Rules match and post-match commanding his Raven's Nest to attack Dreamer and put him through a table. The Sandman and Stevie Richards defeated Hardcore Swingin' Freaks in a Street Fight, while the debuting tag team known as The Dudley Boyz defeated The Pitbulls in a hard-hitting Tables match and afterwards put both The Pitbulls and their valet Francine through the table.

At the Slamboree PPV in May, WCW will be inducting several wrestlers into their Hall of Fame. Confirmed so far are Dusty Rhodes, Fritz Von Erich, Dory Funk, Antonio Inoki and Jim Barnett. There was talk of inducting Ricky Steamboat, but that's out the window now because Steamboat is contracted by WWF.

Maxx Payne signs with ECW as Lucifer Payne. A sinister, gritty, hard-hitting Harley Davidson riding character.

The Road Warriors have been negotiating a return to WWF and were scheduled to debut next month, but it's been pushed back. Bringing in The Road Warriors is expensive and to justify their contracts, they would need to be involved in the tag title scene. WWF isn't ready to job the two top tag teams; The Smoking Gunns and The New Blackjacks out to anyone just yet, so instead, they've decided not to sign The Road Warriors right now.

ECW signs indy sensations The Eliminators and The Dudleys to strengthen it's tag team division. Heyman now has one of the strongest tag team divisions since ECW already have established tag teams as The Bruise Brothers, Public Enemy, The Pitbulls and Shane Douglas & Mr. Hughes.

The All-Time attendance record (set by Hulk Hogan vs. Andre the Giant at WrestleMania 3) may be in jeopardy. The show being put together by Antonio Inoki in North Korea in April in conjunction with the North Korean government is going to be held at the 150,000-seat Mayday Stadium. New Japan will be heavily involved and negotiations are underway for WCW to also be involved.

ECW steals main eventer Chris Candido from rivals SMW. Candido is going to be part of the Triple Threat stable together with Shane Douglas and his bodyguard Mr. Hughes.

Gene Okerlund's teasing of the death of a 45-year-old former champion on the WCW hotline last week has come under even more criticism. The tease worked, generating an all-time record number of calls to the hotline from people thinking Ric Flair had died, but was considered sleazy by pretty much everyone in the industry. Turner Broadcasting has gotten involved and said that deaths can no longer be used as hotline teases on TV, and forced Okerlund to apologize on the hotline the next week, though many said Okerlund's apology seemed insincere.

ECW signs Brian Lee known as The Underfaker in WWF. Lee will debut in ECW as The Killdozer for Hire, one of Raven's enforcers in the feud with Tommy Dreamer. Jim Cornette is reported to be furious that Paul Heyman has stolen yet another SMW star.

Hothead Jim Cornette has been in a long-time beef with Pro Wrestling Torch writer Bruce Mitchell due to something written about him in the Torch. Last year Cornette called both Mitchell and Wade Keller and left them a bunch of threatening voicemails about how he'd hurt them if he ever saw them. Bruce Mitchell evidently wasn't shook because he attended a recent SMW show. Cornette didn't find out about it until after the show and when he did, he called Mitchell and told him to never come to one of his shows again he'd go fight him right there in the crowd.

MAW to submit? Insiders have reported that MAW is all but doomed, and even the owners have admitted that the financial hole they are in is simply too deep to get out of. Some reports have gone as far as to say that the promotion will officially announce that it is closing at the end of the month.

The WWF vs. WCW feud has now taken to the race tracks. WWF already sponsors Bob Holly and his race car and now WCW has entered a 1-year sponsorship agreement with Winston Cup driver Billy Standridge.

WWF signs Brian Armstrong as The Roadie, an assistant and henchman to country singer "Double J" Jeff Jarrett.

The FMW Independent World Junior Heavyweight Championship changed hands last night, as La Parka became the new champion, ending the reign of Damian 666 after seven title defences.

In breaking news, it appears that the first shots in a war between ECW and AWF have begun. The respective owners, Paul Heyman and Paul Alperstein, are said to see each other's promotion as obstacles that must be overcome at all costs. Where this rivalry will lead is anyone's guess.

Sources within USWA have indicated that a plan is being hatched to put a major push behind Sid Vicious and turn him into a "Figurehead" for the the company. He is considered to have all the qualities necessary to be the focal point of the company and the hope is that he will drive business to a new high.

Being obnoxious, a clique of Marcus Alexander Bagwell, Dustin Rhodes and Scott Stud provoked Paul Diamond into a huge heated argument at the latest WCW TV tapings.

WCW wrestler Van Hammer was brought before the Wrestler's Court, accused of failing to pick up his share of the tab on the shared rental car. The judge, Vader, found him guilty and sentenced hi to pay the full cost and reimburse to his travel partners.

NJPW completed a buy out of AJW last night, putting them out of business. Many will see this as more evidence of the ruthless side of Antonio Inoki, particularly after it emerged that all the AJW title belts have been raided and will now lie dormant in the New Japan Pro Wrestling trophy case as "Spoils of War".

Violent Conduct (Homicide and Chino Martinez) began their first reign as PWA Tag Team champions last night, when they won the match to decide worthy champions for the previously vacant titles at PWA Slammiversary against American Kickboxer and Blitzkrieg.

Atsushi Onita put on a impressive performance last night, outlasting seven other competitors to claim victory in the annual FMW King of Barbed Wire Death Match tournament that were held at FMW Super Extreme Wrestling War. Onita defeated Yoshiaki Fujiwara, Mike Awesome and Vampiro to win the tournament.

XWF The Great American Classic Report! Xcitement Wrestling Federation held XWF The Great American Classic last night in Stegeman Coliseum, and drew 9,512 fans. The feedback has been great, it has drawn a lot of praise (74 B-). Jerry Sags was said to be the star of the show after defeating Mr. Mexico. In the main event we had Ed Leslie defeating Brian Knobbs to retain the XWF Heavyweight title.
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Default WCW Worldwide - [Friday / Week 4 /February / 1995]



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







Cruiserweight Match



Jushin Thunder Liger and Ultimo Dragon vs. The Malenko Brothers

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, Jushin Thunder Liger and Ultimo Dragon defeated The Malenko Brothers in 7:50 when Jushin Thunder Liger defeated Joe Malenko by pinfall with a Shooting Star Press.

Rating: 72 B-



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Cruiserweight Division Vignette



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

Rating: 67 C+




Brian Blair and Bobby Walker vs. The Power Company

In a bout that had decent wrestling and decent heat, the energetic duo Brian Blair and "Hardwork" Bobby Walker defeated bodybuilders The Power Company in 5:50 when Brian Blair defeated Dean Power by pinfall with a roll up out of nowhere.

Rating: 63 C



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Highlight Video on Konnan



A highlight video is shown to promote Konnan.

He has been described as "the Mexican Hulk Hogan", reflecting his mainstream popularity, his charisma, mic skills and hip-hop based gimmick.

Highlights of Konnan including winning the Mexican Heavyweight Title are shown.

Rating: 73 B-




Konnan vs. Sgt. Craig Pittman

In a bout that had decent wrestling and little heat, Mexican superstar Konnan defeated angry Drill Sergeant Craig "Pittbull" Pittman in 5:56 by pinfall with a Montezuma's Revenge.

Rating: 57 C-



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DDP's Arm Wrestling Invitational



An in-ring segment in which Diamond Dallas Page, with the Diamond Doll and his new bodyguard Max Muscle, appeared with DDP's Arm Wrestling Trophy.





Tonights arm wrestling match is the second semi final in the DDP's Arm Wrestling Invitational will feature Ice Train vs. Paul Orndorff. In a intense arm wrestling match, Ice Train defeated "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff.

Rating: 94 A




The Fantastics vs. Badd Company w/ DDP

In a open bout that had good wrestling and good heat, The Fantastics defeated Badd Company in 9:34 when Bobby Fulton defeated Paul Diamond by pinfall with a surprise cradle out of nowhere.

Rating: 71 C+



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Highlight Video on The Great Muta



Clips of the legendary feud between Sting and The Great Muta.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Rating: 100 A*
Show Rating: 66 C+
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