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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.
Wow, can I have some info on XWF? It seems business is booming with the Bootyman.
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Wow, can I have some info on XWF? It seems business is booming with the Bootyman.
Sure thing!

Xcitement Wrestling Federation are a Cult-sized company who are based in the South East region of America. XWF are ranked #10 (out of 53) in the World in terms of popularity and are the #32 richest company overall. XWF has a working agreement with WCW and share both workers and non-wrestlers.

XWF currently have 32 active wrestlers on their roster. Their most popular stars are the XWF Tag Team champions The Nasty Boys; the charismatic Jim Duggan; the reigning XWF Heavyweight champion Ed Leslie; and Jimmy Snuka, who oozes star quality.

XWF are booked by Greg Valentine and Jimmy Hart. The basis of the XWF was to create a wrestling promotion showcasting family-friendly entertainment, all while displaying the talents of both past legends and future superstars. The XWF roster is a mixture of former WWF, NWA and WCW stars, as well as several indy stars and up-and-coming Luchadors. XWF features many established wrestlers while in between WWF and WCW as well as providing many Luchadors and Cruiserweight wrestlers with their first national exposure.



XWF Heavyweight Champions
December 1994 - / Ed Leslie
November 1994 - December 1994 / Greg Valentine
September 1994 - November 1994 / El Gigante
July 1994 - September 1994 / Jim Duggan




XWF Tag Team Champions
July 1994- / The Nasty Boys




XWF Cruiserweight Champions
February 1995 - / Disco Inferno
October 1994 - February 1995 / Chris Kanyon
August 1994 - October 1994 / Chavo Guerrero Jr.
July 1994 - August 1994 / Vampiro
July 1994 - July 1994 / Super Crazy




Roster
Armando Fernandez
Black Abyss
Bob Orton Jr.
Brian Blair
Chris Kanyon
Disco Inferno
El Diamante
El Zorro
Gorgeous George III
Greg Valentine
Hellraiser (Jerry Tuite)
Jim Duggan
Jimmy Snuka
Kevin Von Erich
Lanny Poffo
Masato Yakushiji
Masked Superstar (Bill Eadie)
Mr. Mexico
Roadblock
Ron Studd
Ronnie Garvin
The Amazing French Canadians
The Barrio Brothers
The Colossal Kongs
The Nasty Boys
The Viking (John Nord)
Tigre Blanco
Tokimitsu Ishizawa



Alumni
Abdullah the Butcher
Barry Darsow
Blitzkrieg
Chavo Guerrero Jr.
David Sammartino
El Gigante
Hercules Hernandez
Horace Hogan
Jerry Lynn
Mr. Aguila
Psicosis
Ray Bucanero
Rey Misterio Jr.
The Power Company
The Renegade
Thunder & Lightning
Silver King
Sudden Impact
Super Crazy
Ultimo Dragon
Ultimo Guerrero
Vampiro
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Curious and forgot if you’ve mentioned, but as you’re booking WWF (I think, might be derping), what’s your booking policy in regards to them? Trying to keep it historical? Any other booking/manipulations you’re doing in the world?
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Curious and forgot if you’ve mentioned, but as you’re booking WWF (I think, might be derping), what’s your booking policy in regards to them? Trying to keep it historical? Any other booking/manipulations you’re doing in the world?

I'll mix historical booking, with some "what if à la Wrestling Observer" bookings and some in the best possible ratings way (trying to compete with WCW) bookings. The Death and Taxes storyline is one of the major "what if" bookings. A minor, but fun to book lowcard feud is going on between Brooklyn Brawler and Bruiser Bedlam. So the WWF shows have pretty good matches mixed with segments like The Brother Love Show, Money Talks, Heartbreak Hotel, The King's Court and The Snake Pit.

I'm using "The Next Generation" motto to build new stars like Ahmed Johnson, Hakushi, Jeff Jarrett, Kama the Supreme Fighting Machine, The Can-Am Express, The Bodydonnas, The Headbangers and The New Blackjacks since WCW have the star power, while also pushing Diesel, The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Bret Hart and Razor Ramon.

Since the AI signed Ricky Steamboat and Jake Roberts to big contracts with clausules, i'll push them as major workers.

I'll also try to phase out workers like Bastion Booger, Doink the Clown, Mantaur, Men on a Mission, Tatanka, The Bushwhackers and Typhoon.

WWF have both Century Wrestling Alliance and Heartland Wrestling Association as child companies.

WCW have WCW Power Plant as a developement territory and Deep South Wrestling as a child company. Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling, Pro Wrestling America, Pro Wrestling Fujiwara Gumi and Xcitement Wrestling Federation are owned by WCW (child companies), but treated as independent promotions. FMW is one of the hottest promotions in the world, when it comes to momentum and match ratings. PWA is pretty stacked with up-and-coming talents and is probably the most interesting indie promotion in the States after ECW.

I recently also took control of ECW as Paul Heyman and in the best possible ratings way (trying to grow into cult) mixing historical booking with gamey booking.
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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.
Super interested to see where this goes --- always interested in this event, even though I don't know a lot about it.
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Super interested to see where this goes --- always interested in this event, even though I don't know a lot about it.
It would be difficult to simulate Collision in Korea. Hopefully there are more locations available in future versions of TEW, and options to run cross-promotion events and events jointly produced. But it would be awesome to beat the attendance records (Day 1: 165,000 / Day 2: 190,000).

Use dirty tactics to get the "Supreme Leader" to force the poor North Koreans to attend the event.

Maybe the Weekly Pro Wrestling show could simulated as a tribute show.
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It would be difficult to simulate Collision in Korea. Hopefully there are more locations available in future versions of TEW, and options to run cross-promotion events and events jointly produced. But it would be awesome to beat the attendance records (Day 1: 165,000 / Day 2: 190,000).

Use dirty tactics to get the "Supreme Leader" to force the poor North Koreans to attend the event.

Maybe the Weekly Pro Wrestling show could simulated as a tribute show.
I don't think Collision in Korea will ever be beat in terms of attendance. Do you have a working agreement with New Japan? That's probably the easiest way to do it. Hold the shows in Tokyo or maybe Hokkaido -- that's close enough.

Then, just "report" the results a bit differently.
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I don't think Collision in Korea will ever be beat in terms of attendance. Do you have a working agreement with New Japan? That's probably the easiest way to do it. Hold the shows in Tokyo or maybe Hokkaido -- that's close enough.

Then, just "report" the results a bit differently.
I sure do! We have working agreements with New Japan and AAA. It could be a blast to run the two day event and since New Japan have a stacked roster (stealing from AJPW and the other Japanese promotions) there should be quite easy to book a way more stacked card than in reality.
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Default WCW Saturday Night - [Saturday / Week 4 /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 16,000 people at San Diego Sports Arena, California. 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 Sting and Dustin Rhodes vs. former tag team champions Harlem Heat.



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



Chavo Guerrero Jr. Vs El Texano

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated El Texano in a Tournament Opening Round match in 6:23 by pinfall with a quick roll up.

Rating: 58 C-



Gene Okerlund is teasing a WCW Hotline story on the possible return of a beautiful woman who was once closely associate with a wrestling star...



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SuperBrawl V Highlights

A highlight video is shown of what happened at Superbrawl V last Sunday night.



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.



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.

Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow do the big post-match beatdown on Hulk Hogan to "end Hulk Hogan's career" just to show how "Big, Bad, and Dangerous" they are.

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?

Has an alliance between Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow been formed?


Bobby Heenan thinks that we should have a parade for "Rocky Mountain Horror" Vader that drove Hogan down into the mat with a Powerbomb and won the WCW World Heayvweight title at SuperBrawl V...



WCW Cruiserweight Title Tournament Opening Round



Wild Pegasus vs. Dean Malenko

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying, fast-paced moves, stiff strikes and top notch technical wrestling, "The Man of 1,000 Holds" Dean Malenko defeated Wild Pegasus in a Tournament Opening Round match in 6:50 by submission with a Texas Cloverleaf.

Rating: 76 B-



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Clips of The Stud Stable's Press Conference





Clips of a press conference held by Vader, Bam Bam Bigelow, Harley Race and Colonel Robert Parker surrounded by Meng, Kurosawa, The Blacktop Bully, Miracle Violence Connection and their fans in which Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow announced their union as "Big, Bad, and Dangerous". The two behemoths intend to run Sting and Hulk Hogan out of WCW. Harley Race and Col. Parker shake hands. The two managers have renewed their previous business relationship to create the ultimate monster tag team known as "Big, Bad, and Dangerous".

Col. Parker puffs his Cuban cigar and then said that Hulkamania is ended and that they will end Sting as well. Parker says that The Stud Stable has merged with Harley Race International to create a Elite stable full of badass wrestlers.

Parker opens his briefcase and show Commissioner Bockwinkel the official documents of the merger between The Stud Stable and Harley Race International.

The Stud Stable will rule the World by kicking the asses of anyone who gets in their way. Their reputation as a badass is considered "Off The Scale".

Col. Parker and Harley Race starts to go nuts and suddenly there's a commotion; and Sting comes out from the back with a Steel Chair and tries taking shots at both Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow. Sting wants to be part of WCW Uncensored and wants a match with Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow at the event. Sting says that neither Vader or Bam Bam Bigelow will be able to defeat him at Uncensored because he have a surprise for them.

Tons of Security rush out and try to diffuse the situation and they eventually force Sting to the back while Commissioner Bockwinkel flips out at Vader & Bam Bam Bigelow and forces them in the other direction.

Commissioner Nick Bockwinkel gets on the mic and says Sting and his surprise partner vs. Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow in a Caged Heat Match at Uncensored is official and it will be unsanctioned because these people are crazy.

Rating: 100 A*


Gene Okerlund is teasing the whereabouts of The Road Warriors and want the fans to call the WCW Hotline...





Ray Traylor vs. Nasty Ned

The fans are cheering for Ray "The Law" Traylor and are really into him. He totally destroys Nasty Ned with hard-hitting moves. "The Original Nasty Boy" Nasty Ned takes a hellish beating before succombing to the Enzuigiri. In an extremely stiff squash match, Ray Traylor defeated Nasty Ned in 0:47 by pinfall with an Enzuigiri.

Rating: 57 C-



Post-match, Ray "The Law" Traylor lays in a beating and a few slaps just because Nasty Ned is a mean and sleazy brawler that deserves it.



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Interview w/ Ray Traylor



After the match, the vigilante Ray "The Law" Traylor goes over to Tony Schiavone to be interviewed. Traylor says that Meng needs to be worried for vigilante justice will prevail. He will be wrestling Meng at Uncensored in a Baseball Bat on a Pole Match and he will grab the Baseball Bat and have his opponent beat by brains.

Rating: 89 A




Buck Quartermain vs. Meng w/ Col. Parker

"The Face of Terror" Meng totally destroys Buck Quartermain with stiff offense and almost takes the jobbers head off with a insane Spinning Heel Kick; and then covers him with one hand to win. In an extremely stiff squash match, Meng defeated Buck Quartermain in 0:57 by pinfall with a Spinning Heel Kick.

Rating: 56 C-



Gene Okerlund is teasing Sting's "Surprise" and want the fans to call the WCW Hotline...





Randy Savage vs. Paul Diamond w/ DDP

In an good match, "Macho Man" Randy Savage defeated Paul Diamond in 5:20 by pinfall with a Savage Elbow Drop.

Rating: 73 B-



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Interview w/ Randy Savage



Eric Bischoff had an interview with "Macho Man" Randy Savage.

Macho Man joined World Championship Wrestling to be the best. Since he is new he's got to start at the bottom like everyone else and work his way up.

"If Ric Flair is the man, then the Randy Savage wants a piece of him, because he is the Macho Man!"

Savage will get his hands on Flair, even if he have to go right through the whole WCW roster. He'll beat Flair and his Horseman buddies any day of the week.

Savage says he can’t be controlled. There is no stopping the madness!

"The madness is runnin' wild! Ohhhhh yeahhhh!"

*finger snap*

"Outta Here!"

*Savage leaves*

Rating: 97 A*




Barry Horowitz and Bobby Starr vs. Big, Bad, and Dangerous w/ Col. Parker & Harley Race

The enormous tag team of Vader and "The Beast from the East" Bam Bam Bigelow had a stiff squash match by unleashing their devastating offense to destroy the two jobbers. In an extremely stiff squash match, Big, Bad, and Dangerous defeated Barry Horowitz and Bobby Starr in 1:40 by pinfall with an Aided Powerbomb on poor Bobby Starr.

Rating: 57 C-



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The match is over, and Barry Horowitz and Bobby Starr are left down.

Bam Bam Bigelow and Vader delivered devastating Splashes onto the poor jobbers to add further insult to the loss.

Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow continues to beat up the mullet wearing jobbers on the floor and drag them over to the interview set. Vader screams that this is on Sting's conscience and that Big, Bad, and Dangerous will not be stopped. He says at Uncensored, there's no rules, no WCW, no Commissioner Bockwinkel, just the end of Sting.

They beat up the jobbers some more and Powerbombs them straight down into the concrete floor just as Security swarms the arena.

Rating: 100 A*




Jim Duggan vs. The Great Muta

In a superb match with a hot crowd, The Great Muta defeated "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan in 6:25 by pinfall with a Shining Wizard. The Great Muta actually made Duggan looking good in the ring tonight.

Rating: 73 B-



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



A video promoting the violent and bloody feud between The Nasty Boys and Kevin Sullivan/One Man Gang.

Rating: 94 A



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



WCW World Tag Team Title Match



Fire and Ice © w/ Teddy Long vs. The Blue Bloods

In a bout that had great wrestling and a good reaction from the crowd, powerhouse duo Fire and Ice (Ice Train and Scott Norton) defeated The Blue Bloods (Steven Regal and David Taylor) in 5:38 when they defeated David Taylor by pinfall with a Flashback followed by a Train Wreck. Fire and Ice make defence number 1 of their WCW World Tag Team Championship titles.

Rating: 75 B-



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Uncensored Control Center



Unsanctioned, Unauthorized, Unbelievable!

Uncensored Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.



After a break, we're with Gene Okerlund



"Mean Gene" interviews Sting, about facing Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow at Uncensored.

Sting begins shouting about the surprise he has for Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow at Uncensored and how it's going to rock the wrestling world and WCW to it's foundation. It's not just a surprise, it's " The Ultimate Surprise"!

Sting says he can’t be controlled. There is no stopping him!

"It's Showtime, folks!"

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



Gene hypes up the main event that will see WCW World Heavyweight Champion Vader and his bash brother Bam Bam Bigelow compete against Sting and his "Ultimate Surprise" partner.

Remember that all matches at Uncensored are gimmick matches.



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

Texas Death Match for the WCW World Tag Team Title Match
Fire and Ice vs. Miracle Violence Connection

Baseball Bat on a Pole Match
Ray Traylor vs. Meng

Best of Seven Series Match 6 (No DQ)
Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin

Caged Heat Match
Sting & "The Ultimate Surprise" vs. Vader & Bam Bam Bigelow

Rating: 95 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...





Sting and Dustin Rhodes vs. Harlem Heat

”The Natural” Dustin Rhodes and Booker T started the match with Dustin working on Booker T early on with jabs. Sting enters and drops Booker T with a Clothesline after delivering a Big Boot. Rhodes comes off the top to deliver a Diving Clothesline and drops Booker T with a Sidewalk Slam. Harlem Heat work on Rhodes in their corner, but Rhodes escapes and tags in Sting.

Sting explodes with flashy offense. Sting hits a Dropkick on Stevie Ray and Rhodes hits another Double Diving Clothesline off the top rope. The faces are really getting the better of the heels by this point. Booker T blocks a Big Splash off the middle rope by getting his knees up and goes to work on Sting with stomps. Sting nearly rolls Booker T up for a win but is instead worked on again by the heels.

Rhodes gets the hot tag and cleans house with Bionic Elbows and a Slam on Booker T. Rhodes is tossed to the floor where Stevie Ray gets a cheap shot in. Harlem Heat keep the advantage for a few minutes, but aren’t able to put Rhodes away. Booker T enters to nail Rhodes with an Harlem Sidekick, but Rhodes powers out at two.

Sting gets the hot tag and cleans house with right hands. Sting hits the Stinger Splash on Booker T and goes the Scorpion Death Lock, but Stevie Ray big boots him. Stevie Ray backdrops Rhodes over the top to the floor. Sting and Booker T collide on a Crossbody attempt. Stevie Ray rolls in and covers Sting while Booker T rolled to the floor, but only got a two count.





Suddenly there is a commotion as Big, Bad, and Dangerous makes their entrance.



Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow enters the ring and along with Harlem Heat attack Sting and Dustin Rhodes. The heels beat both Sting and Dustin Rhodes down into the canvas.

In a bout that had sensational wrestling and good heat, Sting and Dustin Rhodes defeated Harlem Heat in 16:20 when Booker T was disqualified when Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow ran in and attacked Sting.

Rating: 86 B+



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



Quote:
Post Match Beatdown



Bam Bam Bigelow slams Dustin Rhodes while Vader just pummels his old foe Sting into oblivion. Bam Bam splashes down onto Dustin a couple of times! Vader is just about to finish Sting off with the Release Powerbomb, when the whole face locker room empties. Harlem Heat quickly escapes before the cavalry arrives.





Here comes Vladimir Koloff, Ray Traylor and The Steiners and clears the ring.

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


Rating: 100 A*


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Interview w/ Big, Bad, and Dangerous



They are interviewed by Mean Gene.

Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow will be wrestling Sting and "The Ultimate Surprise" at Uncensored.

Col. Parker and Harley Race thinks that Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow are the most dangerous tag team in WCW. They're "Big, Bad, and Dangerous!"

Their reputation as a badass is considered "Off The Scale". They will rule the World by kicking the asses of anyone who gets in their way.

Vader wants Sting to get ready to feel pain. Bam Bam Bigelow says he is going to Splash Sting at Uncensored, because there is a big X on his chest.

Rating: 100 A*
Show Rating 90 A




Comments: It's "The Ultimate Surprise"


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Default WCW Main Event - [Sunday / Week 4 /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 match between Brad Armstrong vs. Arn Anderson for the WCW World Television Title.





Barry Hardy and Buck Quartermain vs. Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang w/ Woman

In an hard-hitting squash match, Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang destroyed mullet wearing jobbers Barry Hardy and Buck Quartermain. It ended in 2:36 when "The Most Evil Man in Professional Wrestling of All Time" Kevin Sullivan destroyed Barry Hardy by pinfall with The Most Vicious Double Stomp Ever.

Rating: 56 C-



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Interview w/ Kevin Sullivan and One Man Gang



"Mean Gene" interviews "The Most Evil Man in Professional Wrestling of All Time" Kevin Sullivan; his 450 pound badass bash brother One Man Gang and Woman.

Kevin Sullivan says they used to respect The Nasties until they went soft and turned faces.

Now they're going to get it. Sullivan and his bash brother aren't just gonna beat 'em, they're gonna take 'em down and out. Sullivan promises The Nasty Boys a beating they will never forget at Uncensored.

Rating: 91 A




Joey Maggs vs. Paul Orndorff w/ Toni

In an extremely short match, Narcissistic bully "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff defeated underdog "Jumping" Joey Maggs in 4:07 by pinfall with a Spike Piledriver after Toni interfered.

Rating: 57 C-





Brian Pillman vs. Bunkhouse Buck

In a bout that had great wrestling and good heat, "Loose Cannon" Brian Pillman defeated Bunkhouse Buck in 7:40 by pinfall with an Air Pillman.

Rating: 74 B-



Quote:
Interview w/ Brian Pillman



Eric Bischoff interviewed "Loose Cannon" Brian Pillman, who claimed life was too short to not go all in and that he would crank up his intensity like never before. At Uncensored the Loose Cannon will explode.

Rating: 95 A*




Frankie Lancaster vs. The Blacktop Bully w/ Col. Parker

The Blacktop Bully returned to singles action and forced his opponent to give up to the Breaker 1-9. In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, The Blacktop Bully defeated Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster in 4:31 by submission with a Breaker 1-9.

Rating: 63 C



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Uncensored Control Center



Unsanctioned, Unauthorized, Unbelievable!

Uncensored Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.



After a break, we're with Gene Okerlund



"Mean Gene" interviews Col. Parker and The Blacktop Bully, about facing "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes in a King Of The Road match which is officially announced for Uncensored.

The Blacktop Bully explains the rules and puts over the dangerous elements that his truck provides.



"Mean Gene hypes" up the main event that will see WCW World Heavyweight Champion Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow compete against Sting and his "Ultimate Surprise" partner in a Caged Heat Match Match. Remember that all matches at Uncensored are gimmick matches.



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

Hardcore Match
The Nasty Boys vs. Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang

Texas Death Match
Fire and Ice vs. Miracle Violence Connection

King Of The Road Match
Dustin Rhodes vs. The Blacktop Bully

Baseball Bat on a Pole Match
Ray Traylor vs. Meng

Best of Seven Series Match 6 (No DQ)
Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin

Caged Heat Match
Sting & "The Ultimate Surprise" vs. Vader & Bam Bam Bigelow

Rating: 85 B+


WCW World Television Title Match



Brad Armstong vs. Arn Anderson

"The Enforcer" Arn Anderson put the WCW World Television title on the line against one of the top jobber-to-the-stars in WCW, Brad Armstrong. Brad gets the early advantage by wrapping Anderson’s leg around the ring post a few times.

Armstrong, keeps working on the champs left leg. Armstrong nearly won the belt following a flashy Crossbody off the middle rope. Arn Anderson avoided a Splash in the corner and Armstrong hit the turnbuckles hard. Anderson ducks a Clothesline and plants Armstrong with the Spinebuster to retain the championship. In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Arn Anderson defeated Brad Armstrong in 8:01 by pinfall with a Spinebuster. Arn Anderson makes defence number 6 of his WCW World Television Championship title.

Rating: 74 B-



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Fire and Ice vs. Miracle Violence Connection Hype Video



A video promoting the Fire and Ice vs. Miracle Violence Connection match at Uncensored is aired.

The powerhouse duo Fire and Ice (Ice Train and Scott Norton) is an "Unstoppable Force". They are stronger and they hit harder than every other tag team in WCW.

Their opponents; "Dr. Death" Steve Williams and Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy known as Miracle Violence Connection is a established top team that previously have won the WCW World Tag Team titles as well as dominating and winning tag team titles in Japan.

Rating: 96 A*
Show Rating 74 B-


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I'm sure The Gambler needs only one trump card to take down that whole cruiser-thingy!
(Not a Donald card btw)
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I'm sure The Gambler needs only one trump card to take down that whole cruiser-thingy!
(Not a Donald card btw)
The Gambler's is to muscular for the Cruiserweight Division.

He and The Hustler needs a partner so they can go after the Six-Man Tag Team titles.
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WCW opened up negotiations with The Warrior and had a three hour meeting with him in Las Vegas, Nevada, but the talks went nowhere, with them being far apart on price as The Warrior turned down a $500,000 per year guaranteed contract. The Warrior is rumoured to instead return to AJPW and participate on their upcoming tour.

The Iron Sheik announced today that he will be retiring from in-ring action in three months. The 51 year old was upbeat about the upcoming change, and friends say that he is looking forward to starting a new life behind-the-scenes of the industry.

Vince McMahon faxed a letter to WCW owner Ted Turner concerning the gratuitous violence WCW advertised for Uncensored and WCW announcer Gene Okerlund’s deceiving inducements for his Saturday WCW Hotline reports. McMahon cites Okerlund’s promising to reveal details on the “death of a 46-year-old former World champion” -- which is in reference to Jerry Blackwell, who never actually held a World title, but is clearly worded to insinuate the death of Ric Flair -- as the most egregious of “Mean” Gene’s sleazy come-ons. McMahon exhorts Turner that the negative publicity that resulted from the incident meant that it was detrimental to the industry as a whole, before cautioning that “the inmates are running the asylum” in WCW. Notably, Okerlund’s stunt brings in $40,000 worth of calls in one sitting, making it the most lucrative single-day report in the history of the Hotline.

As reported on this site a few months ago, it looks like Herb Brooks UWF are hanging on by a thread, and are on the verge of closure. The company, that is reported to be leaking money at a rapid rate, has been given just weeks to come up with the money they owe, or they will finally be forced to close their doors.

Phil Mushnick wrote a column about WCW in the New York Post last week and it wasn't pretty. He wrote about the sleaziness of "Mean" Gene Okerlund teasing a dead world champion to get Hotline calls and made sure to repeatedly mention Ted Turner's involvement. He also talked about the obvious steroid use in WCW, talked about Hulk Hogan's past steroid use. Due to the publicity of the article and how it placed the blame at the highest level (Ted Turner), the article shook WCW to the point that they reportedly discussed changing the finish of the upcoming Uncensored main event.

Juventud Guerrera "The Real MVP"! Juventud Guerrera is said to have claimed that he should be given the chance to "carry" AAA, saying that he is the real star of the company, and is currently not a main eventer because "others" fear his superior talents and are holding him back.

Fuerza Guerrera title victory! The Mexican National Cruiserweight Championship changed hands last night at AAA Kings Of Wrestling, as Fuerza Guerrero became the new champion, ending the reign of Blue Panther after twelve title defences. This is the first time he has won the title.

New Japan will be holding a press conference this week to announce the lineup for the upcoming NJPW/WCW show in North Korea. It's expected it will be headlined by the first ever Antonio Inoki vs. Ric Flair match.

The XWF Cruiserweight Championship changed hands last night at a XWF House Show, as Disco Inferno became the new champion, ending the reign of Chris Kanyon after eleven title defences. This is the first time he has won the title.

WCW apparently were counting on indie star Sabu agreeing to come in to participate in the Cruiserweight Tournament, but he really doesn't want to burn his ECW bridge and apparently turned them down which led Eric Bischoff to use the working agreement with New Japan to get Super Tiger (Satoru Sayama) as replacement.

Emilio Charles Jr. title victory! The CMLL World Welterweight Championship changed hands last night at CMLL Super Viernes, as Emilio Charles Jr. became the new champion, ending the reign of Brazo de Oro after fourteen title defences. This is the first time he has won the title.

WCW is still planning to run their own UFC-stye Pay-Per-View and have tentatively planned it for June. This pretty much eliminates any chance of them producing another AAA PPV, which was previously rumored for June.

A new promotion in Portland called Pacific Coast Championship Wrestling ran their first show this week and former "WWF Superstar" Roddy Piper made an appearance alongside longtime Portland promoter Don Owen.

Speaking of Roddy Piper, he has several movies coming out. One is called Jungleground, which he stars in and the other is called No Contest, which will feature Piper in a small role with comedian Andrew Dice Clay and Shannon Tweed.

Ichiro Yaguchi, Jason the Terrible and Leatherface began their first reign as FMW Six Man Street Fight Tag Team champions last night, when they took the titles away from Headhunter A, Mr. Gannosuke and Vampiro. Headhunter A, Mr. Gannosuke and Vampiro managed eight successful title defences prior to this defeat.

At an autograph session to promote his gym, Ric Flair was asked about Shane Douglas always calling him out. Flair essentially dismissed it and said he remembers when he was young and trying to make a name for himself and said you have to do whatever you can to get over.

Shane Douglas reportedly did the tryout for WWF Monday Night Raw color commentator this week and word is that WWF is also interested in bringing him in as a top babyface wrestler down the line. So far, Douglas hasn't accepted the deal.

WCW is still reportedly very interested in bringing in the mysterious Paul Wight, but they haven't settled on a gimmick for him yet.

Hulk Hogan, Eric Bischoff and Ric Flair had a meeting this week to discuss future plans for Hogan's big comeback. Hulk Hogan wanted to create a new, different The Four Horsemen stable with himself, Ric Flair, Randy Savage and Sting, but Flair wasn't thrilled of the idea.

WCW made a big appearance at the annual Toy Fair in New York, spending a ton of money on advertising their new toy line. Some called it a "Power Rangers-level of advertising." WWF advertising was pretty much an afterthought in comparison. Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, and more showed up to represent WCW and were hugely popular. All the promotion was centered on burying WWF with the autograph lines urging people to "come over and meet real wrestlers." WWF sent Diesel and Bret Hart and their autograph lines were nothing compared to the WCW lines.



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Default WCW Worldwide - [Friday / Week 1 /March / 1995]



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







Cruiserweight Match



Rey Mysterio Jr. and Wild Pegasus vs. Psychosis and La Parka

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, Rey Mysterio Jr. and Wild Pegasus defeated Psychosis and La Parka in 10:19 when Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated La Parka by pinfall with a Top Rope Senton.

Rating: 67 C+



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Cruiserweight Division Vignette



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

Rating: 69 C+




Vladimir Koloff w/ Nikita Koloff vs. The Samoan Savage

In a powerhouse vs. powerhouse dream match that had plenty of hard-hitting action, “The Russian Beast” Vladimir Koloff defeated The Samoan Savage in 5:44 by pinfall with a Russian Sickle.

Rating: 59 C



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Interview w/ The Koloffs



Mike Tenay had an interview with The Koloff Cousins, with Nikita hyping his cousin “The Russian Beast” Vladimir Koloff. Nikita says that his cousin Vladimir is a “real” tough guy, no doubt about it. But he doubts that Kurosawa is a legitimate badass. He thinks that Kurosawa is just another poser and that Vladimir can beat him any day of the week.

Rating: 75 B-




Konnan vs. The Gambler

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, “The Mexican Hulk Hogan” Konnan defeated The Gambler in 5:35 by pinfall with a Montezuma’s Revenge.

Rating: 65 C



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DDP's Arm Wrestling Invitational



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





Tonights arm wrestling match is the final in the DDP’s Arm Wrestling Invitational will feature Ice Train vs. Scott Norton. In a intense arm wrestling match, Scott “Flash” Norton defeated his tag team partner Ice Train.

Scott “Flash” Norton wins DDP’s Arm Wrestling Invitational and gets a shot at arm wrestling champion Diamond Dallas Page next week. If Norton can defeat DDP he will receive a check of $100,000.

Rating: 92 A


The announcers hypes next weeks arm wrestling match between the two champions Scott Norton and Diamond Dallas Page…





Brian Blair and Bobby Walker vs. Bad Attitude

In a open bout that had good wrestling and good heat, Bad Attitude defeated Brian Blair and “Hardwork” Bobby Walker in 8:13 when “Beautiful” Bobby Eaton defeated Bobby Walker by pinfall with an Alabama Jam.

During the match we also saw The Fantastics watching Bad Attitude from the ramp.

Rating: 73 B-



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Fire and Ice vs. Miracle Violence Connection Hype Video



A video promoting the Fire and Ice vs. Miracle Violence Connection match at Uncensored is aired.

The powerhouse duo Fire and Ice (Ice Train and Scott Norton) is an “Unstoppable Force”. They are stronger and they hit harder than every other tag team in WCW.

Their opponents; “Dr. Death” Steve Williams and Terry “Bam Bam” Gordy known as Miracle Violence Connection is a established top team that previously have won the WCW World Tag Team titles as well as dominating and winning tag team titles in Japan.

Rating: 100 A*
Show Rating: 75 B-




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Come on, Gambler, cheat, low-blow that dirty Texan back to Mexico! Give him a green ace card. (sorry, European here, not trying to be anything in the racist stuff)...
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