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Hello, guys! It's my second dynasty, new format and a new company. I'm taking control of WCW, trying to give the company a new life. It's January 2000, we have three weeks to build towards Souled Out PPV.

Bret Hart is a current WCW World Heavyweight champion, he has no challengers yet, but he has a terrible headache... his new allies are Kevin Nash, Scott Steiner and Jeff Jarrett (who also has a minor injury). NWO 2000 looks not as strong as a couple of years ago, but still, those four can rule the fed. 10 men Battle Royal (our answer to WWF's Royal Rumble) will give us a guy who will step in the ring with "The Hitman" 3 weeks from now.

WCW Tag Team titles are vacant, so our commissioner Roddy Piper made a "Joker Wild" tag tournament to coronate the champions. The trick is, only new tags can enter the competition. No Blue Bloods, no Filthy Animals, no Revolution - all new and wild!

Madusa is our current cruiserweight champion, so Piper booked Berlyn and Juventud Guerrera to decide who is the number one contender should be. Norman Smiley, however, faces Brian Adams and his hardcore title will be on the line!

So, the announced card for first Nitro of 2000 is:
  1. Berlyn vs. Juventud Guerrera
  2. Kanyon and Mike Sanders vs. The Cat and Disco Inferno
  3. Brian Adams vs. Norman Smiley (c)
  4. Booker T and Konnan vs. Stevie Ray and Big T
  5. Mike Rotunda vs. Meng vs. Vampiro vs. Bugwell vs. Diamond Dallas Page vs. Chris Benoit vs. Eddie Guerrero vs. Lex Luger vs. Terry Funk vs. Sid Vicious
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Interesting. WCW was the absolute pits at this time, it should be cool to see if you can pull them back to their former glory.
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1.Berlyn vs. Juventud Guerrera
2.Kanyon and Mike Sanders vs. The Cat and Disco Inferno
3.Brian Adams vs. Norman Smiley (c)
4.Booker T and Konnan vs. Stevie Ray and Big T
5.Mike Rotunda vs. Meng vs. Vampiro vs. Bugwell vs. Diamond Dallas Page vs. Chris Benoit vs. Eddie Guerrero vs. Lex Luger vs. Terry Funk vs. Sid Vicious
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Berlyn vs. Juventud Guerrera
Kanyon and Mike Sanders vs. The Cat and Disco Inferno
Brian Adams vs. Norman Smiley (c)
Booker T and Konnan vs. Stevie Ray and Big T
Mike Rotunda vs. Meng vs. Vampiro vs. Bugwell vs. Diamond Dallas Page vs. Chris Benoit vs. Eddie Guerrero vs. Lex Luger vs. Terry Funk vs. Sid Vicious
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January 2000, Week 1
Mid South, River Center Arena (7,613)

NWO 2000 comes out to the ring to hype themselves, taunt Goldberg, complain about injuries and yada-yada-yada. Roddy Piper quickly comes out to send all of them home, they're not booked. If they are not leaving the ring by themselves, all those ten guys that will main event tonight's show could train "throwing over the top rope" on so-called New World Order. Scott Steiner has a stare down with a commissioner, Nash says something to his gang, and all four men leave the squared circle. Now Piper hypes his card and joins the announce team as well! 67/100

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Piper was on drugs during this segment, nice commissioner!
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Berlyn defeated Juventud Guerrera in 8:20 by pinfall by using underhanded tactics. 43/100

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Both are inconsistent, that influenced the grade. Add poor gimmicks, low momentum and general lack of overness, charisma and star quality... 43 is a lot!
NWO members grab their bags and throw them in the limo… Steiner yells at the driver, making him a courier now. Jarrett joins the bullying, while Nash looks confused.

- "Anything wrong, Kev?"- Hart asks.
- "I think I forgot my god damn wallet in the locker room, shit…" - Nash replied.
- "Hurry up then, Scotty hates waiting."
- "Eh, go to the nearest strip club, I will join you later…"

Nash stumbles down the parking lot, Bret looks for a second at Kev's silhouette, but then switches his attention on the limo driver, who is screaming because Steiner stretches him! Jarrett laughs as an idiot he is, "Hitman" gets into his seat and Scotty pushes the pedal to the floor… 74/100

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Fans loved it! Steiner is amazing at bullying, A*
"Above Average" Mike Sanders and "Champagne" Chris Kanyon talk about their tag team debut with one and only "Mean" Gene. Those two taunt the dancing team of The Cat and Disco Inferno and promise to grab the gold in the end. 33/100

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What was I expecting? All of them are abysmally low in momentum, Kanyon is bland on interviews compared two those wo left, and it came after Scott Steiner. Bad booking.
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, The Cat and Disco Inferno defeated Kanyon and Mike Sanders in 6:28 when Disco Inferno defeated Mike Sanders by pinfall with a Chartbuster. 43/100

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Well, could you ask for more from these four?
Booker T and Stevie Ray insult each other at the back, talking about "weak links" and "suckas". Stevie Ray accuses Booker in "selling out", while T defends himself, calling Stevie Ray a dead weight! Konnan and Big T hold both of them, so they could save the energy for the tournament match! 61/100

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That's almost the grade of the opening segment with NWO and Piper! Niiice.
In an extremely short match, Norman Smiley defeated Brian Adams in 4:44 by pinfall. Norman Smiley makes defence number 1 of his WCW Hardcore title. 46/100

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Limited match hits 46, not bad. Norman is pleased with booking, way to go!
After the match, Bam Bam Bigelow comes out to talk with Smiley. Bigelow offers Norman his services, and if the hardcore champion doesn't need them, he better go find a bodyguard that he likes, because Bam Bam is gonna "Wham Wham" his ass! After that words Bigelow smirks at the champ, who nearly shat himself… 52/100

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Guys, just wait until this story unfolds!
Kevin Nash enters the locker room, where Mike Rotunda counts his money.
- "Hey, you SOB, give it back!"
Mike turns into a Big Boot from "Big Sexy", and then falls on the ground unconscious.
- "Shiiiiitt" 64/100

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Rotunda's professional habit did well, almost B-...
In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Booker T and Konnan defeated Stevie Ray and Big T in 13:21 when Booker T defeated Big T by pinfall with a Missile Dropkick. 47/100

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Konnan and Booker have no chemistry whatsoever. A lot of teams in Joker Wild tag tournament do.
Roddy Piper welcomes all the main eventers in the ring, and to hype the battle, he asks guys to tell the fans why they think they're gonna win.

"Because I'm Buff, and I'm The Stuff"

Right after that phrase, Sid throwed Buff over the top rope! Match didn't started yet, so Buff can get back. All boys are ready to rumble, yet Mike Rotunda is nowhere to be seen. Piper can't start a match with nine people!

Wait a minute! It's Nash again! Piper is livid, he tells Kev to go away. "Looks like you have one place left, Roddy". Staff from the back tells Piper that they have only 20 minutes left, and no one is ready to sub Rotunda. What a twist… 58/100

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I guess to much Nash for one episode?
In a match that had some good action and average heat, Diamond Dallas Page won a battle royal in 14:42. The other members of the 'final four' were Kevin Nash, Sid Vicious and Chris Benoit, with Kevin Nash being the final elimination. Lex Luger got the most eliminations over the course of the match. 72/100

After beign eliminated, Nash grabs a steal chair and smacks DDP right across the face! That was brutal. Another shot, and one more! Somebody, stop this!

WOOO! IT'S RIC FLAIR!!! The Naich runs in and chops Nash till his chest turns red! DDP stands up and gives Big Kev a Diamond Cutter! Flair and DDP celebrate after that for the fans, so we have a challenger for Souled Out and a legend who made a return… 77/100

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Nice way to end the show, fans go home happy!
Final rating: 69/100 (3.78 on TNN)

Lost popularity in 11 regions, increased in 18.

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It was an OK show, we had some good moments. Decent main event, a bunch of entertaining skits. We now have a lot of title matches setted up. On the other hand, undercard matches were expectably mediocre and we did some booking mistakes.

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Kevin Nash dropped his wallet and ended up in a Battle Royal for the number one contendership! A coincidence or an evil plan? We will know at Thunder, all we can sure about is that Bret Hart's headache stays where it stands.

Roddy Piper books Scott Steiner in a match against Vampiro, to calm the roid guy a little bit. Jeff Jarrett still is not medically clear to compete...

Berlyn will meet Madusa for the WCW Cruiserweight championship 3 weeks from now. Will there be any comments from the title holder?

Jim Duggan and Filthy Animals take on Malenko, Saturn and Douglas! The main target for heels will be the old guy, because he's old, and he's a patriot!

The Team of The Cat and Disco Inferno and the team of Booker T and Konnan qualified for second round of Joker Wild Tag Tournament. Two more matches to see at Thunder.

Bam Bam Bigelow gave Norman Smiley a few days to decide his fate. Screaming guy could align with "The Beast from The East" or pick up a bodyguard to defend himself against the big guy.

Finally, we know that Diamond Dallas Page faces Bret Hart for the title in Souled Out 2000 main event. Ric Flair helped DDP, so "The Nature Boy" is expected at the Thursday Show too!

So, the announced card for first Thunder of 2000 is:
  1. Jim Duggan, Rey Mysterio and Billy Kidman vs. The Revolution (Dean Malenko, Perry Saturn, Shane Douglas)
  2. Lash Le Roux and Jungle Jim vs. Ice Train and Tank Abbott
  3. Chris Benoit and Eddie Guerrero vs. Lex Luger and Buff Bugwell
  4. Scott Steiner vs. Vampiro
  5. Diamond Dallas Page vs. Kevin Nash
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Jim Duggan, Rey Mysterio and Billy Kidman vs. The Revolution (Dean Malenko, Perry Saturn, Shane Douglas)
Teams with names > three random dudes.

Lash Le Roux and Jungle Jim vs. Ice Train and Tank Abbott
What the hell is with the names in this match? Jungle Jim? Ice Train? Yeah Tank Abbott should squash these fools.

Chris Benoit and Eddie Guerrero vs. Lex Luger and Buff Bugwell
I love how Luger went from being WCW's big first snatch from WWE to a midcarder around this time. I don't like him nor Buff Bagwell, so I hope they lose clean or something.

Scott Steiner vs. Vampiro
Nobody was more average than Vampiro. To think he feuded with Sting for like 2 years... why...

Diamond Dallas Page vs. Kevin Nash
I'm a big DDP mark. Nash is old but over, I could realistically see something going down here, but I just hope DDP doesn't lose.
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Teams with names > three random dudes.
Wouldn't say that is a random team. Duggan lost to heels at Starrcade 1999, and Filthy Animals are feuding with them now. As Eddie and Konnan threw their names in the hat of the tag tournament, only Rey and Billy left, so they needed a partner. They decided to keep tagging together and not trading partners, so there you have it.

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What the hell is with the names in this match? Jungle Jim? Ice Train? Yeah Tank Abbott should squash these fools.
I know, right?
Train and Tank is quite a tag team name, and those two jobbers are the fruits of the Power Plant, so I would use them for some time.

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He had a paint on his face, that's why
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January 2000, Week 1
South East, Jacksonville Memorial Center (10,952)

Pre-Show

In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Dustin Rhodes defeated Steve Armstrong in 7:54 by pinfall with a Bulldog. 46/100

In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Parka & Kaz defeated Lane & Lodi in 7:56 when La Parka defeated Lodi by pinfall with a Sky Twister Press. 37/100

In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Evan Karagias defeated Tony Marinara in 8:25 by submission. 34/100

In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, Brian Knobbs defeated Crowbar in 8:21 by pinfall. 38/100

In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Hugh Morrus defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr. in 7:59 by submission. 50/100

In a bout that had solid in-ring action but non-existent crowd heat, The Blue Bloods defeated The Mamalukes in 7:47 when Steven Regal defeated Johnny The Bull by pinfall with an Exploder Suplex. 45/100

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One hour of pre-show, that is a lot. I did that to please the locker room, which morale is somewhere near 40-50 %. Everybody was booked this week, so no complains expected. What else I can say? Brian Knobbs is absolutely horrific! I wanted to fire him, but Hogan popped out and said smth like "Think again, brother". Lenni and Lodi are awful too, plus they were drunk. I was surprised by the last dark match though, it went OK. Also i felt bad after booking two good teams (Blue Bloods and La Parka and Hayashi) with two of the worst. Next time I will have only 3 dark matches, I promise.
Main Show



Roddy Piper comes out to officially announce that Diamond Dalas Page will face Bret Hart at Souled Out for the title, that Steiner gets a punishment for beating an innocent man on the parking lot last Monday, and that we have two tournament matches left. No signs of NWO, the segment went quietly. 59/100

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In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, The Revolution (Dean Malenko, Shane Douglas and Perry Saturn) defeated Jim Duggan and Filthy Animals (Rey & Kidman) in 10:26 when Shane Douglas defeated Jim Duggan by pinfall with a Franchiser. 66/100
After the match Shane Douglas approached the limp body of Jim Duggan, and asked him how long it would take Jim to pack his bags and leave WCW? No answer... Malenko then grabbed Jim's log and started to choke the veteran with it. American soul won't quit, it would suffer instead. 53/100



Norman Smiley has an interview with Bobby "The Brain" Heenan. He says that he avoided contacts with criminals all his life, and he won't let Bam Bam to manipulate him! Norman says that a couple of guys in the locker room could defend him from a potential beating, because they're superior fighters with lots of experience! Norman says he is not afraid. 64/100

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In an extremely short match, Ice Train and Tank Abbott defeated Lash LeRoux and Jungle Jim in 1:08 when Tank Abbott defeated Jungle Jim by KO. 31/100
After a block of commercails, Madusa gets in the ring to deliver a message to Berlyn. "I won't give up that quick!". After another couple of courageous words, The Creative Control in the face of Gerald and Patrick surround the ring, and soon eliminate the cruiserweight champion with a double chokeslam! It looks like a neck injury, folks, medical staff puts a neckbrace on unconscious Madusa. Why did they attack her? 50/100



Buff jumps around Lex Luger, tries to be funny. He even jokes around with Elizabeth, but Lex is not in the mood. He could be a number one contender now, but instead he has to compete in some stupid tournament for tag titles he doesn't want to hold! Bugwell agrees, but only to please "The Total Package"... all three head to the ring, that match is next! 57/100

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In a match that had some good action and average heat, Eddie & Benoit defeated Buff Bugwell and Lex Luger in 10:15 when Chris Benoit defeated Buff Bagwell by Crippler Crossface. 70/100
Norman Smiley enters the locker room, and screams immediately after opening the door. Bam Bam Bigelow sips juice on the bench, with bodies of Rick Steiner and Kevin Sullivan beign knocked out cold.

"Your protection needs a little more protection."

Norman runs away, screaming in fear. 53/100



Ric Flair cut a promo about the upcoming singles match between his good buddy Diamond Dallas Page and Kevin Nash. DDP thanks "The Naitch" in the process, they compliment each other and bump into Jeff Jarrett and Scott Steiner.

No words dropped, but you can cut the air with knife in that area. 82/100

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In a match that had some good action but not much in the way of heat, Scott Steiner defeated Vampiro in 11:06 by pinfall after a distraction from Jeff Jarrett. 70/100
Vampiro got screwed by Double J, what an unpleasant feeling that must be! The gagging US champion and "The Biggest Arms in the World" leave the arena victorious. 48/100



Meng and Sid Vicious are standing near the catering, chewing some food. Meng eats from his hands, Sid looks at him in disgust and gives him a forků

AAAARGHHH!

As soon as Meng grabbed the fork, he stabbed Sid with it! Bon Appetit! 72/100

Bret Hart and Kevin Nash are in the back, talking. "Hitman" is unhappy with Kev's recent actions. Kev says it was a coincidence, and it looks like Hart doesn't believe his patner in crime. "If you came here to blame me, do it!"

Hart is silent, Nash says "Fine" and leaves the locker room. 73/100

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In a match that had some good action and a good crowd, Diamond Dallas Page defeated Kevin Nash in 13:22 by pinfall. 75/100


Diamond Dallas Page made "Big Sexy" lose again... He quickly gets out of the ring to walk up the ramp, clapping hands with fans. Bret Hart comes out, Diamond points at the big gold belt and nods in approval... but Bret is out not for mind games, he wants to help his friend! He gets in the ring and offers Nash a hand, but Kev slams it away, leaving the ring pissed off. Hart is confused, NWO 2000 has group conflicts on the first week of it's existence! 74/100

Final rating: 75/100 (2.71 on TBS)

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That was a pretty good show comparing to Nitro, but still bad if comparing to WWF's Raw or SmackDown! First of all, Piper drops the ratings down, he has every damn minus in the dirt sheet. Fork skit and Flair's promo lifted the show quality up, also we had a good main event and 2 decent matches in the undercard. It's also funny that I booked Thunder better than Nitro, my mistake. DDP now sits on the first place in the "Who's Hot" rank, so we do well. Our champ, however, is not even in the top 5, and that is understandable.
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Madusa suffered a brutal neck injury past week, so Roddy Piper has to pick another challenger for the Berlyn. It is likely that Madusa will vacate the title...

Bam Bam Bigelow continues to intimidate the WCW hardcore champion Norman Smiley. After bold statements made by the screaming guy, Bigelow showed us why he is one of the baddest dudes in the locker room.

Meng and Sid brawled in the catering area last Thursday, and we feel like the thing is only starting to pick up. After mocking Meng's "culture", Sid got a fork in the knee. Will Sid take his revenge on the barbarian?

The Revolution just can't get rid off Jim Duggan. They beat him for how many times now? Nevertheless, "The Patriot" continues to withstand the pressure of the younger generation. Maybe it's time to say goodbye?

We have our first semi final on Nitro. It's gonna be Booker T and Konnan vs. Tank Abbott and Ice Train. Winner advances to the final, which is scheduled to take place on Souled Out PPV.

Finally, the sweetest part of the show. NWO...
Jeff Jarrett is informed that he will defend his US championship at Souled Out. No challengers were named yet, but it's obvious that Double J meets a powerful opposition. Scott Steiner stepped on Piper's toes for a couple of times now, and "Big Poppa Pump" doesn't feel like he had enough. Kevin Nash, who lost clear 2 times now, follows the true leader of the faction to his first main event after a brain damage. In a PPV-quality main event, Bret Hart takes on a man that sticked his nose in the World Title picture more than anyone in the world - "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair! Two legends collide in a non-title match up. Diamond Dallas Page surely be in the building too, and is likely to watch his new best friend's back in the last bout of the night.

Official Match Card:
  1. Bam Bam Bigeow vs. Rick Steiner
  2. Chavo Guerrero vs. Juventud Guerrera vs. La Parka vs. Kaz Hayashi
  3. Jim Duggan, Eddie Guerrero, Chris Benoit vs. Dean Malenko, Perry Saturn, Shane Douglas
  4. Konnan and Booker T vs. Ice Train and Tank Abbott
  5. Ric Flair vs. Bret Hart
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Bam Bam Bigeow vs. Rick Steiner
Chavo Guerrero vs. Juventud Guerrera vs. La Parka vs. Kaz Hayashi
Jim Duggan, Eddie Guerrero, Chris Benoit vs. Dean Malenko, Perry Saturn, Shane Douglas
Konnan and Booker T vs. Ice Train and Tank Abbott
Ric Flair vs. Bret Hart
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Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Rick Steiner

Chavo Guerrero vs. Juventud Guerrera vs. La Parka vs. Kaz Hayashi
Just picking my personal favourite here.

Jim Duggan, Eddie Guerrero, Chris Benoit vs. Dean Malenko, Perry Saturn, Shane Douglas

Konnan and Booker T vs. Ice Train and Tank Abbott

Ric Flair vs. Bret Hart
Bloody hell, what a TV main event.
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January 2000, Week 2
Tri State, Manley Field House (9,207)

Pre-Show

In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Crowbar defeated Mike Sanders in 5:50 by pinfall with a Northern Lights Suplex. 32/100

In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, The Mamalukes defeated Jungle Jim and Lash LeRoux in 8:13 when Big Vito defeated Jungle Jim by pinfall with an Impaler DDT. 27/100

In an awful match that was completely devoid of heat, Dustin Rhodes defeated Reno in 6:16 by pinfall with a Bulldog. 50/100

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Reno and Jungle Jim (aka Chuck Palumbo) are getting a lot of heat from the fans for beign plain bad. All of the matches were penalised for poor gimmicks, low momentum and surprise-surprise, low locker room morale. First two are the reason why this guys are in dark matches, but third is something I will deal very soon.

So, what I expect from the main show? At least 75 as a final rating, momentum boost for Bret Hart and some overall increase in storyline's heat. Here we go!
Main Show



NWO heads to the ring, Jarrett laughs after every joke by Nash and Steiner told on the way. But the main man of the faction, the world heavyweight champion Bret Hart, is serious as a wall.

"Ric Flair, you poor old bastard, stop picking your nose in the NWO buisness, that doesn't concern you at all! Same goes to Page, you might be lucky to beat Kevin Nash two times, but you'll never beat the NWO!"

Nash doesn't like that Hart mentioned his losing streak at the Prime Time TV show, but he becomes even more upset when Ric Flair cuts him off! "The Nature Boy" talks about all those NWO versions that were destroyed, and says that this time it's no different.

"Hitman, you want to shut me up? You will have a chance to do it, tonight, in this very ring, while all these fans watch you, WOO!". Hart looks at Flair's eyes, forgetting to blink. A nice stare down closes the opening segment. 70/100

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Hart and Nash suffered because of the gimmicks they play. Everything else is about the locker room morale, not so great.


In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Chavo Guerrero Jr. drew with Juventud Guerrera, La Parka and Kaz Hayashi in 12:00 when the referee was forced to rule a no contest when all hell broke loose after The Creative Control (Gerald and Patrick) hit the ring and demolished the cruiserweights one after another. During the match Bobby Heenan confirmed that the WCW Cruiserweight title is vacated... 41/100

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Not a very good way to handle a first match, but the story needed it. Chavo needs a new gimmick ASAP! Piper has no idea why Gerald and Patrick keep interfering in the cruiesrweight matches.


Piper swears at the Gorilla Position, outraged by the outcome of the opener. Norman Smiley approaches the table and asks Roddy Piper to let him skip tonight's show and be booked at Thunder. Piper saks why is that, and Smiley tells "It's about Bam Bam...".

Piper starts to laugh. "I thought you are not afraid of him! Fine, go home then." 54/100



In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Rick Steiner in 7:39 by pinfall. 55/100

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Building up Bam Bam. Currently he's taking out guys on his way, just to make Norman Smiley a madman.


Time for a little vignette. It's Sid Vicious, he walks slowly after Meng stabbed him with a fork last Thursday. Vicious approaches Meng's private locker room, knocks on the door and apologizes for his recent disrespectful actions. Meng is confused, he invites Sid in his private belongings and they have a conversation... 74/100



In a match that had some good action and average heat, Jim Duggan and Eddie & Benoit defeated The Revolution (Perry Saturn, Dean Malenko and Shane Douglas) in 8:49 when Eddie Guerrero defeated Dean Malenko by pinfall with a Frog Splash. 69/100

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This match gave some hope in tonight's main event rating. And yeah, Duggan finally did it, he came off the ring unharmed and in a good mood. Eddie and Chris love working together, that boosted a match for sure.
We hear some noises from the Meng's place, sounds like struggle! Again, nobody wants to be the part of the wild brawl, so Sid does his thing and leaves the room with arms covered in blood... sick smile of Sid Vicious takes us to the next segment.



It's a pre-taped video from Vampiro. Vampiro wants to talk about fake people like Jeff Jarrett. Everything about him makes Vampiro sick - his smile, his voice, his gestures, his wife, his stable, his music theme. All about him... but last week Vampiro saw something that was the fakest thing he ever saw in his life. Scott Steiner bullied some poor guy at the parking lot, and Jarrett joined him. No-no-no... Vampiro knows that Jarrett was bullied all his life prior to this moment, and never had the guts to stand up for himself. Jarrett is a coward, with a fake championship reign and fake friends. Vampiro challanges Jarrett to a match at Souled Out, and believe him - Jarrett will simulate his fake injury for another couple of days just to avoid the fight with Vampiro... 62/100

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Not so bad, but I hoped for 67-69. Do you like this kind of commentary, people? Let me know.


In a bout that had solid in-ring action but not much in the way of heat, Konnan and Booker T defeated Ice Train and Tank Abbott in 8:34 when Booker T defeated Tank Abbott by Book End. During the match we also had Stevie Ray accidentally hit Ice Train with a baseball bat. 51/100

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This match would be OK to be third, but as semi-main event it bombed. I predicted it, but still, I'm disappointed. Tank got 7 minuses in the dirt sheet, and that's too much.
Ric Flair had an interview hyping his upcoming singles match with Bret Hart. 77/100

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Random, but it did good for us. Fingers crossed, hope for a better grade than this in the main event...


In a bout that featured great action and a good crowd, Bret Hart defeated Ric Flair in 15:50 by pinfall with a Victory Roll after a distraction from Kevin Nash. 84/100

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WOOHOO! That's a lot for the TV show, but I'm happy. What a match!


Ric Flair is being attacked by Nash and Hitman in the ring. Seeing the assault, Diamond Dallas Page comes running in and fights them both off, saving Flair from a serious beating. Diamond Dallas Page applauds to his fellow, that was indeed a great effort. Both men hug and we end the show with another happy ending. 77/100

Final Rating: 75/100 (3.87 on TNN)

Increased popularity in 18 regions, lost in one.

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Awesome last match, even with low momentum and declining physical abilities those two stole the show. I completed my target, but I should really concentrate on ratings, not on funny stories. Ratings rise slowly + 0.09, that's good. Bret's momentum is where it was - at 68. Backstage rating is 52% How can I increase it dramatically? I already provided all the comfort possible, I guess firing some assholes could help.
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I enjoy the way you write. To the point and not too much blabbering. Telling us what affects each segment's ratings is a nice touch too.

Keep it up.
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Before I even started a game I decided to do some "cuts". People like David Flair were sent home, but after looking at the whole roster again, I decided that the new wave of realeses could be a major interaction for you, dear readers. Starting from now, our prediction contest will have a special gimmick.

So, to show my appreciation to the guys that made their predictions, I give them a chance to fire someone they don't like. The current rank looks like this:

Mootinie - 9
Uncrewed - 7
Warhawk8492 - 3

So, Mootinie gets the first pick, Uncrewed is second, and Warhawk - third. Have fun, boys!
  • Brian Adams
  • Brian Knobbs
  • Buddy Lee Parker
  • David Taylor
  • Hugh Morrus
  • Kevin Sullivan
  • Lash LeRoux
  • Leia Meow
  • Lenny Lane
  • Lodi
  • Reno
  • Steve Armstrong

The majority of those are unknown, but the names are good to start the "cuts". Post your pick right here, let everyone know who is fired.
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