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So glad you’re taking control of WWF. Honestly find some diaries get boring because the player will always outperform the AI
I think this will be fun and more inspiring! I just booked Royal Rumble and it did pretty well, hopefully Monday Night Raw will turn around and start delivering better ratings in a few weeks when the feuds are hotter and the main eventers are more popular.

WCW "The New Number One" (with the biggest stars; the Cruiserweight Division; and the new talented workrate based midcard) vs. WWF "The New Generation" (and whatever star power are available on the market). The AI signings of Jake Roberts and Ricky Steamboat seems like two high class performers that could have great matches with "The New Generation". Rick Rude seems like another possible signing, since he is back during the spring of 1995.
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Default WCW Main Event - [Sunday / Week 3 /January / 1995]



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









Gordon Solie, Dusty Rhodes & Eric Bischoff open the show telling us that tonight’s Main Event will be a Six-man tag team match between Jim Duggan and Stars 'n' Stripes vs. The Texas Hangmen and George South for the WCW World Six-Man Tag Team titles.





Alex Wright vs. Mike Rapada

In a bout that had decent wrestling and little heat, Alex Wright defeated Mike Rapada in 4:39 by pinfall with a Hangman's Neckbreaker.

Rating: 58 C-



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Cruiserweight Division Vignette



Eric Bischoff hypes an upcoming tournament to crown a WCW Cruiserweight Champion and that former WCW Light Heavyweight champions Brian Pillman, Brad Armstrong and Jushin Thunder Liger might be involved in it. The tournament will also feature some of the best high-flying talents from Mexico and Japan.

Rating: 61 C




Huge pop for Johnny B. Badd when he use the Badd Blaster to launch confetti all over the place...





Johnny B. Badd vs. Duane Gill

In an extremely short match, Johnny B. Badd defeated jobber Duane Gill in 0:47 by pinfall with a Tutti Frutti, despite distraction from "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff.

During Badd’s match, "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff walked out to the ring to watch him. "Mr. Wonderful" is mad that the women are giving Johnny B. Badd attention after his wins. Orndorff grabs a female fan and degrades her for being excited about "The Badd Man". He puts himself over and shows off his body to the fan. She isn’t interested in him and walks into the ring to be with Johnny B. Badd!

Rating: 57 C-





The Nasty Boys vs. Sgt. Pittman & Black Navy Seal

In a brawl that had hard-hitting action, The Nasty Boys defeated Sgt. Craig Pittman and Black Navy Seal in 4:50 when Jerry Sags defeated Black Navy Seal by pinfall with a Trip to Nastyville.

Rating: 74 B-



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Clash Of The Champions Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.



After a break, we're with Gene Okerlund



"Mean" Gene Okerlund conducted an interview with The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs and Jerry Sags) in which they said they would take down WCW Tag Team champions Harlem Heat at The Clash, whether they win the titles or not. Booker T and Stevie Ray are two punks and they will get the beating they deserve.



"Mean" Gene talk about the upcoming Clash Of The Champions and makes the announcement that the following matches will take place at Clash Of The Champions:

Johnny B. Badd vs. Paul Orndorff

No. 1 Contenders' Tag Team Match
Fire and Ice vs. Badd Company

WCW World Television Title Match
Arn Anderson vs. Steven Regal

WCW World Tag Team Title Match
The Nasty Boys vs. Harlem Heat

Ray Traylor vs. Meng

Best of Seven Series – Match 4
Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin

Title vs. Career Match for the WCW World Heavyweight title
Hulk Hogan vs. John Tenta

Rating: 90 A




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






Brian Blair vs. Paul Orndorff w/ Toni

Orndorff's valet Toni is carrying a mirror to the ring so that "Mr. Wonderful" could watch himself as he made his entrance.

The Paula chants from the fans are loud...

Crowd's hot and the match has a ton of energy and drama! During the bout, "Mr. Wonderful" received several chants of "Paula".

In a good match, "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff defeated Brian Blair in 6:11 by pinfall, illegally using the ropes for leverage when the referee was distracted by Toni.

Rating: 74 B-



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Interview w/ Paul Orndorff



Eric Bischoff had an interview with "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff and his eye candy valet Toni, hyping Orndorff's upcoming singles match with Johnny B. Badd at The Clash. Orndorff, said "The Badd Man" Johnny B. Badd is a nobody, and that he would win the rights to call himself "The Prettiest Man in WCW.



When...





Johnny B. Badd interrupted, grabbed the mic, and challenged "Mr. Wonderful" to face him then and there. "The Badd Man" then called Orndorff "Paula" resulting in loud "Paula" chants from the crowd, with Orndorff throwing his robe down in anger.

Orndorff was held back by officials on the floor as the segment came to a close, while Johnny B. Badd kept on calling him "Paula".

Rating: 86 B+


Handicap Match



Rikki Nelson and Scott Studd vs. John Tenta w/ Jimmy Hart

In an one-sided squash match, "Big" John Tenta defeated Rikki Nelson and Scott Studd in 2:28 when John Tenta defeated Rikki Nelson by pinfall with a Scoop Powerslam followed by an Avalanche Drop.

Rating: 56 C-



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Interview w/ Jim Duggan & Stars 'n' Stripes



Mean Gene conducts an interview with Jim Duggan & Stars 'n' Stripes hyping their upcoming singles match with The Texas Hangmen and George South. "Hacksaw" doesn’t think they can lose with the United States behind them.

"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!"

Rating: 94 A


WCW World Six-Man Tag Team Championship Title Match



© Jim Duggan and Stars 'n' Stripes vs. The Texas Hangmen and George South

In a bout that had decent wrestling, and good heat, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan and Stars 'n' Stripes defeated George South and The Texas Hangmen. Jim Duggan and Stars 'n' Stripes make defence number 4 of their WCW World Six-Man Tag Team titles.

Jim Duggan took care of business hitting George South with a running Clothesline in 5:40 to earn the win. "Hooooooooooooooo!!!"

Rating: 72 B-

Show Rating 75 B-

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Personally, I can't even play TEW anymore without being the two/three big companies, depending on what year I'm into. If nothing else, it adds a whole new wrinkle when you are trying to keep two companies alive rather than one; there's more strategy when it comes to who you sign and where you sign them to. And it puts you in charge of who jumps ship, which makes the game universe a lot more your own.
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Personally, I can't even play TEW anymore without being the two/three big companies, depending on what year I'm into. If nothing else, it adds a whole new wrinkle when you are trying to keep two companies alive rather than one; there's more strategy when it comes to who you sign and where you sign them to. And it puts you in charge of who jumps ship, which makes the game universe a lot more your own.
I totally agree with your points and you also don't need to raid the indies and steal all indy darlings. Now they can be groomed a while by the regional companies and hopefully do some tours in Japan before signing with the either of the two big promotions.
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Latest News from around the World

ECW Guilty as Charged report! Extreme Championship Wrestling held Guilty as Charged in Herb Brooks Arena in Lake Placeid, New York and drews 6,306 fans. The feedback has been that the show was awesome. The MVP of the show was “The Homicidal, Suicidal, Genocidal….Death–Defying Maniac” Sabu that defeated rival 2 Cold Scorpio to retain the ECW World Heavyweight title. In the semi main event Johnny Grunge defeated Raven. The fans could also see The Tazmaniac defeat Mikey Whipwreck to retain the ECW World Television title.

At the recent WCW/New Japan Supershow 4, WCW Executive Vice President Eric Bischoff made an announcement that WCW and NJPW had reached an agreement to do more talent exchanges during 1995. Japanese fans weren’t impressed and one NJPW official was quoted as saying, “Our marks know more about wrestling than this guy (Bischoff).”

NJPW’s next major show Collision in Korea is in April in North Korea and it’s likely some WCW stars will work that show as well.

The Brain Damagers are the newest tag team force in ECW. The duo, consisting of Devon Storm and The Sandman was officially announced as being a regular team on air during last night’s ECW Guilty as Charged show when they went to a no contest with ECW World Tag Team champions Shane Douglas and Mr. Hughes.

Now that it’s become clear that Antonio Inoki won’t be indicted on any charges from his political scandals last year, Nippon TV that airs New Japan has lifted their ban on showing his matches.

Barry Windham is back from his injury and has signed a contract with WWF and is rumoured to be repacked as Blackjack Windham teaming up with Blackjack Bradshaw as The New Blackjacks. Windham and Bradshaw are rumoured to begin a feud with WWF World Tag Team champions The Smoking Gunns.

Weekly Pro Wrestling magazine in Japan is working on putting together a show featuring wrestlers from 11 different promotions. AJPW, NJPW, FMW, Michinoku Pro, WAR, UWFI, and more have all agreed to be involved. There’s also a push to get ECW involved. When WCW Executive Vice President Eric Bischoff was in Japan, they asked about getting WCW involved as well. The problem is that Weekly Pro Wrestling magazine only wants a Hogan vs. Vader match, and that’s a huge political mess to make that happen. New Japan has rights to all WCW talent except Vader, who is a UWFi main eventer, so the two rival promotions would have to agree to allow it to happen. And then Vader would have to be convinced to do the job, because Hogan doesn’t job to anyone. And UWFI is unlikely to let Vader do a job to Hulk Hogan in Japan, since Hogan is the posterboy for “fake wrestling” and UWFi is a superior promotion with “real wrestling”.

USWA tag team PG-13 (JC Ice and Wolfie D) will be given some spotlight in WWF as a part of talent exchange between USWA and WWF. The two white rappers will be feuding with Men on a Mission.

Dan Severn is huge in Japan right now after his recent UFC performance and UWFI has offered him a new contract and plans to push him as a main-eventer alongside Vader, Masakatsu Funaki and Nobuhiko Takada.

We have a new champion in WWF as Razor Ramon defeated Samu for the WWF Intercontinental Championship at last nights Monday Night Raw.

The SMW angle where Chris Candido killed Boots the Cat was edited off show by the Atlanta TV station that airs it. The feud between fitness freak Chris Candido and simpleton Boo Bradley is gaining a lot of negative heat after Candido recently called Bradley a “big fat retard” and then hit a Flying Legdrop on poor Boots the Cats, who lay helpless in a burlap sack. Chris Candido and Jim Cornette has received several death threats from the animal rights movement.

More Chris Candido news. Chris Candido and his girlfriend Tammy Sytch had a dark match as the babyface cheerleading squad, “Team Spirit” at the recent WWF tapings. Candido worked against jobber Barry Horowitz and looked to be very nervous and uncomfortable in the ring.

Boo Bradley is rumoured to be offered a WWF contract and pushed as Xanta Claus, Santa’s evil twin who steals presents from the children on Christmas Eve.

USWA End Of The Trail Report! The promotion drew 6,834 fans at Carmichael Auditorium in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. “The Master and Ruler of the World” Sid Vicious began his first reign as USWA World Heavyweight champion last night, when he took the title away from Jerry “The King” Lawler at USWA End Of The Trail. Jerry Lawler managed ten successful title defences prior to this defeat. Jerry Lawler was said to be the star of the show. In the semi main event “The Ugandan Giant” Kamala defeated Doug Gilbert. On the card we also had The Eliminators defeating Simply Devine; and Brandi Alexander defeating Debbie Combs to retain the USWA Women’s Championship.

In February, ECW will be holding a convention for “fans from the internet from across the country.” If the convention is successful ECW is planning a new show called ECW CyberSlam.

Rumour has it that USWA are planning to run a major Kamala vs. Jeff Jarrett storyline in the coming months. According to some inside sources, the rivalry will be on of the primary focal points of the shows for the forseeable future.

ECW wanted to get Barry Windham to come in and face Shane Douglas, as another friend-of-Flair’s, but Windham signed with WWF and will debut as Blackjack Windham as part of The New Blackjacks tag team.

The WWF website was updated last night with the following news; “WWF have parted company with colour commentator Stan Lane and manager Luna Vachon after their contracts have expired. We wish them all the best in the future.”

AAA and WCW are negotiating to do another PPV together in April. Due to the declining value of the peso, it’s in AAA’s best interest to try to expand into the United States.

CMLL saw a title change last night, as Sangre Chicana lost the NWA World Light Heavyweight Championship to MS-1 at CMLL Super Viernes TV show. This victory marks his third reign with the title.

Van Hammer was arrested last week on 2 charges of possession of illegally prescribed drugs. The doctor who wrote the prescriptions was arrested as well. No details on what the drugs were. When contacted by a newspaper covering the story, WCW Executive Vice President Eric Bischoff said Van Hammer hadn’t worked there in 2 years, despite a wrestler who looks just like him and has the same name, was on WCW TV just a few weeks ago.

FMW saw a title change last night, as the previously vacant FMW Six Man Street Fight Tag Team Championship was won by Headhunter A, Mr. Gannosuke and Vampiro at a FMW Deadly Games Tour event.

WCW is rumoured considering using Sabu on a part-time basis for major shows, while allowing him to still work Japan and indies. But he wouldn’t be allowed to work on any other U.S. TV shows or in ECW, since there is a hostile relationship between Eric Bischoff and ECW owner Paul Heyman.

PWA Night Of Champions Report! Pro Wrestling America held PWA Night Of Champions last night in Unity Hall, Michigan, and drew 400 fans. The feedback has been awesome, the small company has outshone some of the bigger promotions’ recent efforts. Performance of the night belonged to New Jack after winning the annual PWA Iron Man Challenge tournament, with three successive wins, by defeating Rob Van Dam, Dirty White Boy and D-Von Dudley.

The 2-year anniversary episode of Monday Night Raw was unique. WWF appears to be trying to back to what worked in 1984, which is doing anything they can to be associated with celebrities. William Shatner was a guest on Jerry Lawler’s King’s Court segment and got to beat up Lawler. Later in the show, Shatner managed Bret Hart and beat up Jarrett’s sidekick The Roadie.

WCW star Curt Hennig has finally shrugged off the injury worries that have been effecting his performances recently. He is said to be in the best possible shape, and itching to get back into the squarred cirle withot having to work through the pain barrier.

At the latest WWF TV tapings, several newcomers worked dark matches and had tryouts. UFC inspired Kama “The Supreme Fighting Machine” worked his first match against Thurman Sparky Plugg, and got no reaction. Spellbinder from USWA worked as well using the name “Phantasio” and got a decent reaction doing his pre-match magic tricks against Jim Powers. And Ron & Don Harris worked as The Blu Brothers and were managed by Dutch Mantel as “Uncle Zebekiah”. They also got little-to-no reaction.

In a recent radio interview, WCW Executive Vice President Eric Bischoff claimed that WWF mogul Vince McMahon was a fossil, and that WCW was the new number one.

Speaking of, Vince McMahon contacted the producers of Baywatch recently and discussed doing a wrestling-themed episode of the show featuring several WWF stars, but was turned down since the producers is also negotiating with WCW Executive Vice President Eric Bischoff and is close to a deal.

Pamela Anderson from Baywatch will be at ringside for the Royal Rumble and will accompany the winner to the ring at WrestleMania XI.

New WCW tag team The Power Company where noticed by WCW scout Kevin Sullivan and were flown down to Atlanta and did their first WCW TV taping against The Fantastics. Dave Power and Dean Power started their wrestling career in Cheshire, Connecticut in 1991 under the teacher Paul Roma.

WWF has released the subtitles for several upcoming PPVs: “Wrestlemania XI: Brawl in the Family,” “King of the Ring ’95: Rage in the Cage,” and “Summerslam ’95: The Undertaker…Alive!”
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Default Clash Of The Champions [January - 1995]



Title vs. Career!



These are the results from WCW Clash Of The Champions, being held by World Championship Wrestling. It is being held in front of 16,891 people at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada. It’s a Sell Out!





We get introduced to Clash Of The Champions by Tony Schiavone. Our main event match will be a Title vs. Career match with Hulk Hogan vs. John Tenta. Tonight could be the End of Hulkamania, as Tenta and his manager Jimmy Hart is trying to injure Hogan and end his career.

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

Let’s get to it!






"Mean" Gene Okerlund is in the entranceway to discuss SuperBrawl, where champion Hulk Hogan will face no. 1 contender Vader for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship. Mean Gene also says that Hogan and Vader are not allowed to meet in the ring before their match.





"The Prettiest Man in WCW" Johnny B. Badd comes out and the fans are insane for his Badd Blaster, which lauch 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 attacks "The Badd Man" Johnny B. Badd before the bell. Orndorff Stomps away on Badd and catapults Johnny throat first across the bottom rope. Orndorff delivers a Shoulder Ram to Badd’s midsection to keep the upper hand. Johnny comes off the ropes to hit a Head Scissors!

Badd clotheslines Orndorff to the floor and hits a Slingshot Cross Body on the floor! Orndorff goes for a Piledriver on the floor, but Johnny counters with a Backdrop. Badd heads to the top rope to hit Ornforff with a Double Axe Handle back in the ring. Orndorff bails to the floor, but is met with right hands. Orndorff misses a Clothesline and hits the ring post shoulder first. Johnny drops Orndorff across he top rope arm first and stomps away on him briefly.

During the bout, Paul Orndorff received several chants of "Paula" from the crowd...

Badd gets a near fall after a Backdrop. Badd continues his offense with a flashy Dropkick for a two count. The Badd nails Orndorff with a Clothesline in the corner. Orndorff is begging off, but Badd doesn’t care.

"The Badd Man" messes up Orndorff’s hair and the fans love it.

Johnny slows the match down working on Orndorff’s left knee. Johnny hits Orndorff with a Knee Lift and goes to the top where he hits a Sunset Flip, but Orndorff's eye candy valet Toni gets on the apron to cause a distraction.

Orndorff sneaks up behind his opponent for a Roll Up. The referee makes the count and we got ourselves a winner. In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff defeated "The Badd Man" Johnny B. Badd in 6:28 by pinfall with a Roll Up after Toni distracted Badd.

Rating: 74 B-



Ringside we can see Vader and Harley Race in the front row...



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The Four Horsemen Vignette



An opening segment in which Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Curt Hennig, Steve Austin and several women were shown on the road in a limo.

They have been gambling in Vegas and partying with the hottest chicks and ride a limo to the arena.

They are brash, they are arrogant, and the fans either love them or love to hate them.

They're promising a Horsemen-style beating that Brian Pillman will never forget.

Rating: 100 A*


No. 1 Contenders' Tag Team Match



Fire and Ice w/ Teddy Long vs. Badd Company w/ DDP

In a bout that had good wrestling and heat, powerhouse duo Fire and Ice defeated their opponents Badd Company in a No. 1 Contenders' match in 5:43 by pinfall with a Flashback followed by a Train Wreck. Ice Train and Scott Norton overpowered and controlled their opponents using their size and power. The powerhouse duo looks highly impressive.

Rating: 74 B-



After a commercial break Tony Schiavone shills the WCW Hotline. Backstage Fire and Ice are on the Hotline with Mean Gene discussing being the No. 1 Contenders'. Teddy Long says that Ice Train and Scott Norton are unstoppable and will be going for the gold against WCW World Tag Team Champions Harlem Heat at SuperBrawl...



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Interview w/ Vader



Vader and Harley Race, comes out to talk to Mean Gene.

Vader says that he’s been to Hulk Hogan’s scheduled appearances and autograph signings and Hogan’s been nowhere to be seen. Does this mean that Hogan’s been no-showing his scheduled appearances?

Harley Race says that Vader is here to stay and Hogan will never escape the "Rocky Mountain Horror".

"Vader is the Man and he fear no man and feel no pain!"

Vader says Hulk Hogan will experience a brutal reality when Vader takes his WCW World Heavyweight title at SuperBrawl. No one can escape the Monster’s wrath...

Rating: 100 A*


"The Nature Boy" Ric Flair’s music plays! Flair comes out with Elizabeth and they sit down at ringside, but not with Vader and Harley Race...



WCW World Television Title Match



© Steven Regal vs. Arn Anderson

The match starts with both wrestlers trading Arm Locks and then amazes the crowd with technical wrestling. During the match, both wrestlers have great comeback segments controlling their opponents with technical wrestling and hard-hitting power moves.

In 13:31 "The Enforcer" shows his "Killer Instinct" when he hits a textbook example of a Spinebuster. Arn Anderson wins the WCW World Television Championship title.

Rating: 79 B



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Interview w/ Hulk Hogan



Cut to the locker room.

"Mean" Gene Okerlund had an interview with WCW World Heavyweight champion Hulk Hogan hyping his upcoming singles match with dominant monster heel "Big" John Tenta.

Hulk Hogan says that the Las Vegas oddsmakers say that Hulkamania will lose tonight, because Harley Race and Vader are there to make sure he lose “by hook, or by crook.”

Hogan says that he’s leaving it to his best friend Sting to make sure that he is not jumped.

"John Tenta! Whatcha gonna do, brother, when the largest arms in the world and Hulkamania run Wild on You?!"

Rating: 100 A*


WCW World Tag Team Title Match



The Nasty Boys vs. Harlem Heat ©

Jerry Sags start off Clubbering away on Booker T. Stevie Ray runs into a Boot to take control. Brian Knobbs tags and after some more Clubbering. Stevie Ray pegs Knobbs as he comes off the ropes, distracting him long enough for Booker T to regroup and connect with a Standing Sidekick. The Heat put the boots to Knobbs. Booker T delivers the Axe Kick. Booker T misses a dive off the top and Spinaroonies up to his feet. Hot tag to Jerry Sags, he dumps Booker T out and looks to finish off Stevie Ray. As he looks to charge off the ropes, Booker T pulls the top rope down and Jerry Sags flies out to the floor and that will get you DQ’ed.

In a bout that had superb wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, The Nasty Boys defeated Harlem Heat in 9:59 when Harlem Heat was DQ'ed. Harlem Heat retains the titles.





After the match we had Kevin Sullivan and his bash brother One Man Gang run in and attack Knobbs and Sags.

Rating: 74 B-



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Pull Apart Brawl



Kevin Sullivan, One Man Gang and The Nasty Boys end up in a crazy, ultra-stiff no-nonsense, take-no-prisoners garbage brawl, with devastating Lariats, sloppy Power Moves, and tons of Chairshots.

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

Rating: 94 A


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Interview w/ John Tenta



Mean Gene interviews "Big" John Tenta and loudmouth weasel-like manager Jimmy Hart. Hart says that he and John Tenta have been wanting their whole lives to end Hulkamania and tonight is the night.

John Tenta said it was his time to take the spotlight and take Hulk Hogan's WCW World Heavyweight title.

Rating: 100 A*




Ray Traylor vs. Meng w/ Col. Parker

Ray "The Law" Traylor is all about law, order, and justice, while his opponent Meng is considered the Scariest Man in the History of Wrestling.

You’ve got yourself two angry big men as "The Law" and "The Face of Fear" go nose-to-nose. The bout was hard-hitting and reckless, with both wrestlers taking a beating like few other top stars in wrestling history would allow.

In an exceptional match, Ray "The Law" Traylor drew with "The Face of Fear" Meng in 9:58 following a double count out.

Rating: 83 B+



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Pull Apart Brawl



Ray Traylor and Meng continues their wild brawl, with the chaos spilling out all around ringside with several chair shots, and two broken tables.

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

Rating: 95 A*




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 4



Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin w/ Jeannie

In a match that had sensational wrestling, great heat and will go the history as one of greatest matches in WCW history, "Loose Cannon" Brian Pillman defeated "Superstar" Steve Austin in a Best of Seven Series match in 23:25 by pinfall with an Air Pillman following interference from "Macho Man" Randy Savage just as Four Horsemen member Arn Anderson tried to interfere in the match on Austin's behalf.

Rating: 99 A*



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Post Match Beatdown



The match is over, and Brian Pillman and Randy Savage is celebrating Pillman's victory...

When The Four Horsemen (Steve Austin, Arn Anderson and Curt Hennig) attacks, and beats them into the canvas. Pillman and Savage receives a classic "Horsemen Stomp". Ric Flair joins and does the strut for a moment, and then turns and kicks the living hell out of "Macho Man" Randy Savage.

The Four Horsemen smear what's left of Pillman and Savage around the mat for a bit, before raising four fingers and simultaneously Ric Flair "Wooooo!"s.





Hulk Hogan, Sting, Jim Duggan and The Steiners made the save and cleared the ring...

Rating: 100 A*


Ringside, Vader, is looking mighty boss in his quadruple XL suit and wrestling mask...





It's Hulkamania time! Here comes "The Immortal" Hulk Hogan...



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





© Hulk Hogan vs. John Tenta w/ Jimmy Hart

Hulk Hogan starts the match with a series of right hands, but "Big" John Tenta gets a few shots in to knock the fan favorite off his feet. Hogan is tossed to the mat and choked by the big man. Tenta Scoop Slams Hogan and drops an Elbow followed by a Legdrop. Hogan manages to kick-out on a cover, though.

Hogan battles back with right hands, but Tenta stops Hogan with Shoulder Rams in the corner. Tenta locks in a Bear Hug Hogan. Hogan breaks free, but is caught as he leaps off the middle rope. Tenta rams Hogan back into a corner. In the corner, Tenta rams his backside into Hogan’s midsection. Hogan tries to fight out of the corner and goes for a Scoop Slam, but the big man lands on top for a near win. Tenta steps on Hogan casually. Tenta drives his knee into Hogan’s midsection and hits a Splash in the corner.

Tenta lays into him with rights and Hogan is shaking it all off. Hogan really no-sells Tenta’s offense. Hogan does the big man knockover sequence of Shoulder Blocks with Tenta.

Jimmy Hart is sneaking around with his megaphone, looking for an opportunity to knock out Hogan. Hogan pulls it out of Hart’s hands. Hogan Gorilla Pressed Hart into Tenta. Tenta catches Hart and rams the weasel-like manager into Hogan in the corner. It stops Hogan’s offense.



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



The Hulkamaniacs start to cheer...



Hulk Up Time!



“Damn it!” Heenan exclaims.



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!



Punch, Punch, Punch, Irish Whip, Big Boot and Leg Drop and it’s all over.

In an unbelievable match, Hulk Hogan defeated John Tenta in a Title vs. Career match in 15:51 by pinfall with a Leg Drop. Hulk Hogan makes defence number 4 of his WCW World Heavyweight Championship title.

Rating: 88 B+



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Post Match Showdown



The match is over, and Hulk Hogan is celebrating.

The unstoppable 450 pounds monster heel Vader hops into the ring and goes nose-to-nose with Hulk Hogan. The fans erupted for this face off. Vader no-sells Hogan’s punches and beats him into the canvas clubbering blows. Vader then gives him a brutal Release Powerbomb.



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





The Armstrongs, Jim Duggan and Stars 'n' Stripes run in to save Hogan, but are immediately brutalized by the "Rocky Mountain Monster" and his devastating offense.



Then...





Sting then come out to save Hogan, but is also destroyed by Vader's brutal offense.



Finally Doug Dillenger, WCW Security and Police storm to the ring and Vader leave triumphantly, while Hogan gets medical treatment by the medics...

Rating: 95 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: A great show rating despite several of the stars not wrestling on the show. Regal losing to Arn might be surprising, but The Four Horsemen needs some success and titles. I also wanted to keep Regal strong and not losing to a midcarder or comedy worker. We also had some wild hard-hitting brawls to gain some good heat for what to come at SuperBrawl and Uncensored. Brian Pillman and Steve Austin delivered a classic match and helped to advance the Randy Savage vs. Ric Flair storyline.

WWF needs something special in 1995 if they are gonna compete with Hogan vs. Vader and Savage vs. Flair. So their top workers like Bret Hart, Jake Roberts and Ricky Steamboat need to deliver some all-time classics, while they keep building "The Next Generation".

I like John Tenta, but both Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow are on the roster and fits long-term in the storylines and this is 1995 so someone huge will graduate from the WCW Power Plant. So Tenta is likely to move on to the rivals or back to Japan. The Hogan vs. Tenta match was the end of the "Hulkmania Runs Wild WCW" and start of the new less Cartoony WCW. While some comedy characters might be on the roster they probably will be in the midcard and not main eventers.

Expect some new fresh workers debut soon (one worker will be a big surprise and someone not pushed or signed in the other WCW diaries, but what do you do when he is a hidden gem with a fantastic destiny roll and he also has a WCW/NWA connection). Also look out for the hyped WCW Cruiserweight Title Tournament to kickstart in February.
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Really nice Clash show and fantastic rating. That Austin vs Pillman Match was really something. Looking forward to Vader Time and the End of Hulk-a-Mania
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I see your reasoning, I'm still a little surprised to see Tenta jettisoned so quickly but I understand what you're saying. Too many huge monster heels means some of them can't get pushed and it makes all of them look a little weaker.

Maybe I missed an update somewhere along the line but who is this Toni who's running with Orndorff?

I may be a minority, but I actually think the Smoking Gunns vs. New Blackjacks would have been a pretty fun midcard Tag titles feud
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Excited to see the new era begin! Great PPV
Thanks i've really looking forward to book 1995. 1995 could have been booked great, so this is going to be fun.


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Really nice Clash show and fantastic rating. That Austin vs Pillman Match was really something. Looking forward to Vader Time and the End of Hulk-a-Mania
Thanks, yeah Pillman and Austin keeps surprising me and takes the match ratings to a new level despite not being the most spammed storyline. It's 1995 and it's Vader time!


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I see your reasoning, I'm still a little surprised to see Tenta jettisoned so quickly but I understand what you're saying. Too many huge monster heels means some of them can't get pushed and it makes all of them look a little weaker.

Maybe I missed an update somewhere along the line but who is this Toni who's running with Orndorff?

I may be a minority, but I actually think the Smoking Gunns vs. New Blackjacks would have been a pretty fun midcard Tag titles feud
When the filming of season 2 of Thunder in Paradise starts i did't really have anything creative for Tenta as i have some other plans for the top faces. It's the same with Jimmy Hart. He'll be getting a smaller part until there is a suitable worker available for him.

Toni is the ex wife of the man who is still searching for his missing ring.
It's Chris Adams ex wife and she's been working down in XWF before being promoted to the main roster. There was a need for some more women for the B shows.

Actually i'm looking forward to the cowboy feud and booking "Death and Taxes". Those two feuds seems a lot more fun than booking the AI generated storylines between Tatanka vs. Jerry Lawler and Typhoon vs. Rick Martel. Most of the times Lawler isn't even available for matches (he's probably working in USWA the same dates).
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Default WCW Worldwide - [Friday / Week 4 /January / 1995]



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







Underdog Challenge



Mark Starr & Frankie Lancaster vs. The Power Company

In a "Battle of the Underdogs" match, The Power Company defeated Mark Starr & Frankie Lancaster in 4:46 when Dave Power defeated Mark Starr by pinfall with a Powerbomb. Bodybuilders Dean and Dave Power controlled their smaller opponents using the size advantage.

Rating: 51 D+



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Cruiserweight Division Vignette



Eric Bischoff hypes an upcoming tournament to crown a WCW Cruiserweight Champion and that former WCW Light Heavyweight champions Brian Pillman, Brad Armstrong and Jushin Thunder Liger might be involved in it. The tournament will also feature some of the best high-flying talents from Mexico and Japan.

Rating: 71 C+




Time for "The Beast from the East"...





David Young vs. Bam Bam Bigelow w/ Col. Parker

In an extremely stiff squash match, "The Beast from the East" Bam Bam Bigelow destroyed mullet wearing jobber David Young. It ended in 2:26 by pinfall with a Greeting From Asbury Park.

Rating: 55 C-





The Fantastics vs. Chris Nelson and Duane Gill

In a bout that had decent wrestling and little heat, The Fantastics defeated Chris Nelson and Duane Gill in 4:50 when Bobby Fulton defeated Chris Nelson by pinfall with a Fantastic Flip.

Rating: 59 C



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Konnan Vignette



A vignette of Konnan with the Mexican Heavyweight Title. One of the hottest free agents that has been described as "the Mexican Hulk Hogan", reflecting his mainstream popularity, his charisma, mic skills and hip-hop based gimmick.

Coming Soon to WCW...

Rating: 87 B+




Barry Horowitz and Bobby Starr vs. Kurasawa & Meng w/ Col. Parker

In a hard-hitting squash match, Kurasawa & Meng defeated Barry Horowitz and Bobby Starr in 2:18 when Meng defeated Bobby Starr by submission with an Asiatic Spike.

Rating: 74 B-







Brian Blair vs. Jerry Flynn

In a bout that had decent wrestling, but little heat, reliable veteran Brian Blair defeated Martial Artist "Lightning Foot" Jerry Flynn in 4:34 by submission with a Boston Crab.

Rating: 63 C



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An in-ring segment in which Diamond Dallas Page, with the Diamond Doll, appeared with DDP's Arm Wrestling Trophy.






Tonights arm wrestling match in the DDP's Arm Wrestling Invitational will feature Scott Norton vs. Stevie Ray. In a intense arm wrestling match, powerhouse Scott "Flash" Norton defeated Stevie Ray. Norton wins his Quarter Final and moves on to the next round.

Rating: 83 B+


The announcers reminds the fans that Scott "Flash" Norton is a megastar in the Far East and a former champion in New Japan...





"Lord" Steven Regal and "Squire" David Taylor receives major heel heat, waving the Union Jack and the Cricket paddle. While making his entrance, Regal stops for a moment and looks at the audience with utterly disgust...





Here comes Jim Duggan, Marcus Alexander Bagwell and The Patriot carrying the American flag. "U-S-A!" "U-S-A!" "U-S-A!"



WCW World Six-Man Tag Team Title Match



© Jim Duggan & Stars 'n' Stripes vs. Bobby Eaton & The Blue Bloods

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan and Stars 'n' Stripes defeated "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton and The Blue Bloods in 7:57 when Jim Duggan defeated "Squire" David Taylor by pinfall with a Roll Up after both Bagwell and Regal reversed the move behind the referee's back . Jim Duggan and Stars 'n' Stripes make defence number 5 of their WCW World Six-Man Tag Team Championship titles.

Rating: 73 B-

Show Rating: 72 B-
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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 16,186 people at Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. 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 Semi Final in the WCW United States Title Tournament between average working class guy "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes and Four Horsemen member "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair.



The announcers talk about Clash Of The Champions where Vader attacked Hulk Hogan after the main event by hitting a brutal Release Powerbomb! Bobby "The Brain" Heenan says he saw fear in Hogan’s eyes when Vader entered the ring...



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





It's time for an another Lesson in Violence as Miracle Violence Connection makes their entrance.

They are bad to the bone...






Barry Horowitz and Mike Rapada vs. Miracle Violence Connection w/ Col. Parker

"Dr. Death" Steve Williams and Terry "Bamm Bamm" Gordy are two men fit for destruction. In an hard-hitting squash match, Miracle Violence Connection defeated Barry Horowitz and Mike Rapada in 2:23 when Steve Williams defeated Barry Horowitz by pinfall with a Backdrop Driver.

Rating: 58 C-



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Highlights Of Hulk Hogan vs. John Tenta [from COTC]



© Hulk Hogan vs. John Tenta w/ Jimmy Hart

Hulk Hogan starts the match with a series of right hands, but "Big" John Tenta gets a few shots in to knock the fan favorite off his feet. Hogan is tossed to the mat and choked by the big man. Tenta Scoop Slams Hogan and drops an Elbow followed by a Legdrop. Hogan manages to kick-out on a cover, though.

Hogan battles back with right hands, but Tenta stops Hogan with Shoulder Rams in the corner. Tenta locks in a Bear Hug Hogan. Hogan breaks free, but is caught as he leaps off the middle rope. Tenta rams Hogan back into a corner. In the corner, Tenta rams his backside into Hogan’s midsection. Hogan tries to fight out of the corner and goes for a Scoop Slam, but the big man lands on top for a near win. Tenta steps on Hogan casually. Tenta drives his knee into Hogan’s midsection and hits a Splash in the corner.

Tenta lays into him with rights and Hogan is shaking it all off. Hogan really no-sells Tenta’s offense. Hogan does the big man knockover sequence of Shoulder Blocks with Tenta.

Jimmy Hart is sneaking around with his megaphone, looking for an opportunity to knock out Hogan. Hogan pulls it out of Hart’s hands. Hogan Gorilla Pressed Hart into Tenta. Tenta catches Hart and rams the weasel-like manager into Hogan in the corner. It stops Hogan’s offense.



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



The Hulkamaniacs start to cheer...



Hulk Up Time!



“Damn it!” Heenan exclaims.



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!



Punch, Punch, Punch, Irish Whip, Big Boot and Leg Drop and it’s all over.

In an unbelievable match, Hulk Hogan defeated John Tenta in a Title vs. Career match in 15:51 by pinfall with a Leg Drop. Hulk Hogan makes defence number 4 of his WCW World Heavyweight Championship title.





The match is over, and Hulk Hogan is celebrating.

The unstoppable 450 pounds monster heel Vader hops into the ring and goes nose-to-nose with Hulk Hogan. The fans erupted for this face off. Vader no-sells Hogan’s punches and beats him into the canvas clubbering blows. Vader then gives him a brutal Release Powerbomb.



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





The Armstrongs, Jim Duggan and Stars 'n' Stripes run in to save Hogan, but are immediately brutalized by the "Rocky Mountain Monster" and his devastating offense.



Then...





Sting then come out to save Hogan, but is also destroyed by Vader's brutal offense.



Finally Doug Dillenger, WCW Security and Police storm to the ring and Vader leave triumphantly, while Hogan gets medical treatment by the medics...

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...

Rating: 100 A*




Bobby Walker vs. Curt Hennig

This bout was a technical rasslin' match in the style of the old school WCW.

In a good match, Four Horsemen member Curt Hennig defeated "Hardwork" Bobby Walker in 5:52 by pinfall with a Hennig-Plex.

Rating: 75 B-



Where's Jim Ross? Is he coming back to WCW? Call the WCW Hotline!



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Cruiserweight Division Vignette



Eric Bischoff hypes an upcoming tournament to crown a WCW Cruiserweight Champion and that former WCW Light Heavyweight champions Brian Pillman, Brad Armstrong and Jushin Thunder Liger might be involved in it. The tournament will also feature some of the best high-flying talents from Mexico and Japan.

Rating: 71 C+


The announcers talks about the upcoming Cruiserweight tournament to crown the new WCW Cruiserweight champion. Eric Bischoff says that WCW has a deal with AAA and New Japan to bring it a couple of their wrestlers to participate in the tournament. The tournament will be held exclusively on TBS and will also feature some of the hottest indy darlings...





Fire and Ice w/ Teddy Long vs. Lane Carlson and Ace Steel

In a hard-hitting squash match, powerhouse duo Fire and Ice destroyed jobbers Lane Carlson and Ace Steel. It ended in 2:30 when Scott "Flash" Norton defeated Ace Steel by pinfall with a Brainbuster.

Rating: 59 C



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Interview w/ Fire and Ice



Eric Bischoff conducts an interview with Ice Train, Scott Norton and Teddy Long.

Teddy Long says that the powerhouse duo is an "Unstoppable Force". They are stronger and they hit harder than every other tag team in WCW.

Ice Train says that the loss at Starrcade didn’t take away their heart and determination. They are coming for redemption! They are coming for the titles!

Rating: 81 B




Huge pop for the Macho Man...





Randy Savage vs. David Taylor

Crowd's hot and the match has a ton of energy. In a bout that had good wrestling and good reaction from the crowd, "Macho Man" Randy Savage defeated the snobbish English wrestler "Squire" David Taylor in 5:32 by pinfall with a Savage Elbow Drop.

Rating: 75 B-



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Interview w/ Randy Savage



Gene Okerlund had an interview with "Macho Man" Randy Savage hyping his upcoming singles match with "The Enforcer" Arn Anderson next week. "Macho Man" is climbing the food chain in WCW and he has challenged Arn Anderson to a match with the WCW World Television Title on the line, and the champion has accepted the challenge.

Savage believes he will beat Arn Anderson 1-2-3 next week.

"If Flair is the Man in WCW, then Macho Man wants a piece of Flair, because Macho Man is the best there is... past, present and future! And to get his hands on Flair, Macho Man will climb to the top and defeat everyone that gets in his way."

Randy Savage informs us that The Four Horsemen will be paying for their actions at The Clash.

Ohhhhh yeahhhh!

Rating: 100 A*




Huge pop for The Steiner Brothers...





The Steiner Brothers vs. The Power Company

In a powerhouse vs. powerhouse dream match, The Steiner Brothers defeated The Power Company in 6:10 when Rick Steiner defeated Dean Power by pinfall with a Steinerizer.

Rating: 74 B-



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Interview w/ The Steiners



Mean Gene had an interview with Rick Steiner and Scott Steiner hyping their upcoming battle with bitter rivals Miracle Violence Connection. The Steiners stated that they could have stayed in Japan since they are the reigning IWGP Tag Team champions, but all the top stars are in WCW and they wanted to face the best. The Steiners have won titles all over the World, and they are back in WCW for the tag team titles.

Rating: 79 B


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Konnan Vignette



A vignette of Konnan with the Mexican Heavyweight Title. One of the hottest free agents that has been described as "the Mexican Hulk Hogan", reflecting his mainstream popularity, his charisma, mic skills and hip-hop based gimmick.

Coming Soon to WCW...

Rating: 83 B+




"It's me, it's me, it's DDP."





Here comes Sting, the most popular wrestler in WCW...





Sting vs. Diamond Dallas Page w/ Diamond Doll

In a bout that had superb wrestling and good heat, explosive and athletic bodybuilder Sting defeated obnoxious, arrogant heel Diamond Dallas Page in 6:04 by submission with a Scorpion Deathlock. After losing DDP gets angry and yells at the ditsy Diamond Doll.

Rating: 76 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 conducts an interview with WCW World Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan.

"Well you know something Mean Gene..."

Hogan says everyone knows he is alive and well since being Powerbombed. Hogan believes he can survive anything done to him. Hogan is going to put everything on the line against the most powerful man in WCW; the Man they call Vader. Hogan says he is going squash Vader in the middle of the Thundercage.

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:

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

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

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

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

Rating: 100 A*




Jim Duggan vs. Bunkhouse Buck

"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan drops Bunkhouse Buck with a series of Clotheslines and sends him over the top to the floor with another Clothesline. Duggan jabs Buck a few times, before Bunk bails to the floor. Buck works over Duggan with a few dirty shots and chokes Jim across the ropes.

Duggan misses a Splash in the corner and Bunkhouse nearly gets a three count. Buck rakes Jim’s eyes and delivers a Big Boot. Buck stomps Duggan in the face but Duggan brings him down to the mat to deliver several right hands. Duggan catches Buck coming off the ropes to hit a Scoop Slam. In a good match, Jim Duggan defeated Bunkhouse Buck in 8:16 by pinfall with a Scoop Slam.

Rating: 77 B



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Interview w/ The Four Horsemen



Gene Okerlund had an interview with The Four Horsemen hyping Arn Anderson's upcoming singles match with Randy Savage next week.

Being a member of The Four Horsemen means you are one of the elite technicians in the wrestling business. It is a tight knit group and being a Horsemen is an achievement and an honor that isn’t just handed out, it is earned.

"The Enforcer" Arn Anderson says he is going to destroy anyone coming for his WCW Television Championship including "Macho Man" Randy Savage. Ric Flair says that "his pal Double A is The Man and to be The Man, you gotta beat the man!" Woooo!

Flair also tells us the he is going to defeat Dustin Rhodes tonight and the he will win the WCW United States title tournament.

"I'm every woman's dream and every man's nightmare" Woooo!"

Rating: 100 A*




Here comes "The Natural" Dustin Rhodes, one of the most popular wrestlers in WCW...





Here comes the Four Horsemen member, Ric Flair with his valet Elizabeth…



WCW United States Title Tournament Semi Final



Dustin Rhodes vs. Ric Flair w/ Elizabeth

Crowd's hot and the match has a ton of energy and drama! During the match, Dustin Rhodes had a great comeback segment going crazy with Bionic Elbows all over the place. Dustin is just about to end it with a Bulldog, when The Blacktop Bully and Col. Parker arrives to taunt Dustin.

After a distraction from The Blacktop Bully and Col. Parker; Ric Flair use the old thumbs to the eye and kicks to the groin routine behind the referee's back. To set Dustin up for the Figure Four Leglock.

In a bout that had sensational wrestling and fantastic heat, Ric Flair defeated Dustin Rhodes in a Tournament Semi Final match in 16:09 by submission with a Figure Four Leglock.

Rating: 86 B+



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Interview w/ Vader



"Mean" Gene Okerlund conducted an interview with Vader, alongside Harley Race.

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 claimed WCW World Heavyweight champion Hulk Hogan was filled with fear for the first time in his life at The Clash Of The Champions during the confrontation with Vader.

Race says that Vader does whatever he wants, whenever he wants to do it. Vader doesn’t believe that Hogan will even make it to SuperBrawl.


“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!”


Rating: 100 A*
Show Rating 90 A

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Gordon Solie, Dusty Rhodes & Lee Marshall open the show telling us that tonight’s Main Event will be a tag team match between The Armstrong Brothers vs. Kevin Sullivan and One Man Gang.





Alex Wright vs. Nasty Ned

In a bout that had decent wrestling and little heat, speedy high flier "Das Wunderkind" Alex Wright defeated the sleazy and mean brawler "The Original Nasty Boy" Nasty Ned in 4:33 by pinfall with a quick Roll Up out of nowhere.

Rating: 55 C-



The announcers informs the fans that the German teen sensation Alex Wright is still undefeated in WCW...



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Cruiserweight Division Vignette



Eric Bischoff hypes an upcoming tournament to crown a WCW Cruiserweight Champion and that former WCW Light Heavyweight champions Brian Pillman, Brad Armstrong and Jushin Thunder Liger might be involved in it. The tournament will also feature some of the best high-flying talents from Mexico and Japan.

Rating: 73 B-




Stars 'n' Stripes vs. The Power Company

The The Power Company (Dave Power and Dean Power) are big powerhouses, so the action was set up for Stars 'n' Strpes to come from behind and win. The Patriot hits the Uncle Slam on Dave Power and then uses the ropes to Springboard Marcus Alexander Bagwell into the ring and he Splashes Dave Power to win. In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Stars 'n' Stripes defeated The Power Company in 5:31 when Marcus Alexander Bagwell defeated Dave Power by pinfall with a Splash.

Rating: 69 C+



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Highlights Of Hulk Hogan vs. John Tenta [from COTC]



© Hulk Hogan vs. John Tenta w/ Jimmy Hart

Hulk Hogan starts the match with a series of right hands, but "Big" John Tenta gets a few shots in to knock the fan favorite off his feet. Hogan is tossed to the mat and choked by the big man. Tenta Scoop Slams Hogan and drops an Elbow followed by a Legdrop. Hogan manages to kick-out on a cover, though.

Hogan battles back with right hands, but Tenta stops Hogan with Shoulder Rams in the corner. Tenta locks in a Bear Hug Hogan. Hogan breaks free, but is caught as he leaps off the middle rope. Tenta rams Hogan back into a corner. In the corner, Tenta rams his backside into Hogan’s midsection. Hogan tries to fight out of the corner and goes for a Scoop Slam, but the big man lands on top for a near win. Tenta steps on Hogan casually. Tenta drives his knee into Hogan’s midsection and hits a Splash in the corner.

Tenta lays into him with rights and Hogan is shaking it all off. Hogan really no-sells Tenta’s offense. Hogan does the big man knockover sequence of Shoulder Blocks with Tenta.

Jimmy Hart is sneaking around with his megaphone, looking for an opportunity to knock out Hogan. Hogan pulls it out of Hart’s hands. Hogan Gorilla Pressed Hart into Tenta. Tenta catches Hart and rams the weasel-like manager into Hogan in the corner. It stops Hogan’s offense.



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



The Hulkamaniacs start to cheer...



Hulk Up Time!



“Damn it!” Heenan exclaims.



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!



Punch, Punch, Punch, Irish Whip, Big Boot and Leg Drop and it’s all over.

In an unbelievable match, Hulk Hogan defeated John Tenta in a Title vs. Career match in 15:51 by pinfall with a Leg Drop. Hulk Hogan makes defence number 4 of his WCW World Heavyweight Championship title.





The match is over, and Hulk Hogan is celebrating.

The unstoppable 450 pounds monster heel Vader hops into the ring and goes nose-to-nose with Hulk Hogan. The fans erupted for this face off. Vader no-sells Hogan’s punches and beats him into the canvas clubbering blows. Vader then gives him a brutal Release Powerbomb.



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





The Armstrongs, Jim Duggan and Stars 'n' Stripes run in to save Hogan, but are immediately brutalized by the "Rocky Mountain Monster" and his devastating offense.



Then...





Sting then come out to save Hogan, but is also destroyed by Vader's brutal offense.



Finally Doug Dillenger, WCW Security and Police storm to the ring and Vader leave triumphantly, while Hogan gets medical treatment by the medics...

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...

Rating: 100 A*




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

The Blacktop Bully continues to bully his competition by picking up another submission win with the Breaker 1-9. In a bout that had decent wrestling and little heat, The Blacktop Bully defeated Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster in 5:09 by submission with a Breaker 1-9.

Rating: 59 C



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Interview w/ The Stud Stable



Mean Gene interviews Col. Robert Parker and The Blacktop Bully.

Col. Parker puffs his cigar and says he is one of the happiest men on the planet, because he got The Blacktop Bully to wrestle Dustin Rhodes at SuperBrawl V.

Parker is going to make sure that Blacktop Bully takes care of Rhodes at SuperBrawl V. The Blacktop Bully then talks about sitting in jail as a criminal, but insists he isn’t a criminal because he did’t break the law!

Rating: 88 B+




Maxx Payne vs. Abdullah The Butcher

In a hard-hitting no-nonsense, take-no-prisoners ring war, gritty Death Metal fan Maxx Payne defeated "The Madman from the Sudan" Abdullah The Butcher in 5:31 by pinfall with a Wallapalooza.

Rating: 67 C+



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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 The Four Horsemen.

Being a member of The Four Horsemen means you are one of the elite technicians in the wrestling business. It is a tight knit group and being a Horsemen is an achievement and an honor that isn’t just handed out, it is earned.

Ric Flair sends a warning to "Macho Man" Randy Savage. He shouldn't have interfered in the Horsemens business at The Clash. Flair wasn't given the nickname "The Dirtiest Player in the Game" for nothing. Randy Savage will get what he deserves, that's a promise.

"We're every woman's dream and every man's nightmare - Wooooo!"



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:

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

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

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

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

Rating: 100 A*




The Armstrongs II vs. Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang w/ Woman

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang defeated The Armstrongs II in 5:47 when Kevin Sullivan defeated Brian Armstrong by pinfall with The Most Vicious Double Stomp Ever. "The Most Evil Man in Professional Wrestling of All Time" Kevin Sullivan and the 450 pound badass One Man Gang.

Rating: 75 B-

Show Rating 76 B-
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What The Butcher jobbed to Maxx Payne and nobody bleed? What is the world coming too lol.
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Unread 03-13-2018, 12:53 PM
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What The Butcher jobbed to Maxx Payne and nobody bleed? What is the world coming too lol.
Yeah and on a B show. The match should have been saved for Uncensored.
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