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Would totally book "east coast" Juice against "west coast" Konnan. Could always go with Tupac's Get Around for Konnan.



[Yes, I've already booked this feud in my head]
As long as we somehow get PG-13 involved, I'm on board.

Or if we want to really bring it to the main event brother...



Cruiserweight Match for the WCW Cruiserweight Title
Alex Wright vs. Super Liger
Comment:

Legends Match
Jimmy Snuka vs. Dick Murdoch
Comment:

Tag Team Match for the WCW United States Tag Team Titles
The Fantastics vs. Bad Attitude
Comment: I really enjoyed this tag tournament on the B-shows for these belts.

Tag Team Match for the WCW World Tag Team Titles
Fire and Ice vs. The Miracle Violence Connection
Comment: I feel like I pick against them every time... something's gotta give

Singles Match for the WCW United States Title
Mystery Challenger vs. Ric Flair

BattleBowl (The winner gets an title shot at The Great American Bash)
Arn Anderson vs. Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Booker T vs. Brian Knobbs vs. Bunkhouse Buck vs. Curt Hennig vs. Diamond Dallas Page vs. Jerry Sags vs. Jim Duggan vs. Kevin Sullivan vs. Konnan vs. Kurosawa vs. Marcus Bagwell vs. Meng vs. Max Muscle vs. One Man Gang vs. Paul Orndorff vs. Rick Martel vs. Rick Steiner vs. Scott Steiner vs. Scotty Riggs vs. Steve Austin vs. Stevie Ray vs. Steven Regal vs. Sting vs. Super Assassin #1 vs. The Booty Man vs. The Gambler vs. The Great Muta vs. The Hustler vs. The Warrior vs. Vladimir Koloff
Comment:The Warrior and Sting have the most "Star Power" for win like this. I'm guessing Warrior is the next man to face the monster before he comes back dude

Singles Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Title
Randy Savage vs. Vader
Comment: I love Macho, but Vader's gotta be the Unstoppable monster so he can eat the leg drop, brother

Bonus Questions
Who is the Mystery Challenger? Terry Funk's already there, so why not him?
How many titles will change hands? 1 (US Tag)
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Cruiserweight Match for the WCW Cruiserweight Title
Alex Wright vs. Super Liger
Comment: 60/40 call here. Could see either Wright dropping the belt temporarily or Wright dropping it and moving up a division.

Legends Match
Jimmy Snuka vs. Dick Murdoch
Comment: Only Vince puts the murderer over.

Tag Team Match for the WCW United States Tag Team Titles
The Fantastics vs. Bad Attitude
Comment:

Tag Team Match for the WCW World Tag Team Titles
Fire and Ice vs. The Miracle Violence Connection
Comment:

Singles Match for the WCW United States Title
Mystery Challenger vs. Ric Flair

BattleBowl (The winner gets an title shot at The Great American Bash)
Arn Anderson vs. Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Booker T vs. Brian Knobbs vs. Bunkhouse Buck vs. Curt Hennig vs. Diamond Dallas Page vs. Jerry Sags vs. Jim Duggan vs. Kevin Sullivan vs. Konnan vs. Kurosawa vs. Marcus Bagwell vs. Meng vs. Max Muscle vs. One Man Gang vs. Paul Orndorff vs. Rick Martel vs. Rick Steiner vs. Scott Steiner vs. Scotty Riggs vs. Steve Austin vs. Stevie Ray vs. Steven Regal vs. Sting vs. Super Assassin #1 vs. The Booty Man vs. The Gambler vs. The Great Muta vs. The Hustler vs. The Warrior vs. Vladimir Koloff
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Singles Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Title
Randy Savage vs. Vader
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Bonus Questions
Who is the Mystery Challenger? Perro Aguayo
How many titles will change hands?
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As long as we somehow get PG-13 involved, I'm on board.
Juice & PG-13 against Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr. & Super Calo! East Coast vs. West Coast! Book it!

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When Hogan takes back the title, his first challenger will be...



... a man.
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Default WCW Main Event - [Sunday / Week 3 /May / 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 tag team match between The Armstrongs and Diamond Fever.



Tonight we're live from Charlottesville Stadium in Charlottesville, Virginia and only one 60 minutes remains until the WCW Slamboree Pay-Per-View takes place.






The Batten Twins vs. The Power Company

Dave Power and Dean Power are two of the most massive and powerful grapplers ever to enter the squared-circle.

The Power Company truly defined "old school wrestling" personified as they brutally demolished the competition.

In a squash match, The Power Company defeated The Batten Twins in 4:45 when they defeated Bart Batten by pinfall with a Bearhug Into A Flying Clothesline.

Rating: 53 C-







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BattleBowl Hype Video



A highlight video is shown to hype the 16-man BattleBowl that will take place at Slamboree.

The Ultimate Challenge of Skill, Luck and Survival

Only One Man Can Survive


A 'Lethal Lottery' system is used to draw tag-teams at random and the winners from each subsequent match will then advance to a big Battle Royal in the main event slot of the show. The winner of the "BattleBowl" Battle Royal is guaranteed a shot at the WCW World Heavyweight title at The Great American Bash.

Some of the participants are Arn Anderson, Bam Bam Bigelow, Curt Hennig, Kevin Sullivan, Kurosawa, Meng, One Man Gang, Rick Martel, Steve Austin, Steven Regal, Sting, The Great Muta, The Nasty Boys, The Steiner Brothers and The Warrrior.

Rating: 95 A*




This is going to be a barn-stormer...





Quinn Nash vs. Bunkhouse Buck

Bunkhouse Buck is a brutal, sadistic rule breaker. Any scrub unlucky enough to find himself in the ring facing Bunkhouse Buck is likely to end up hog-tied, strangled, or sprayed with tobacco juice to add insult to injury once the brutal squash is over.

In squash match, Buck manhandles the jobber with a mix of haymakers, lariats, big boots and a throat first flapjack onto the top rope.

It ends in 4:53 by pinfall with a Piledriver.

After the match the poor jobber is strangled, whipped with the rope and then smashed over the head with the cowbell.

Rating: 69 C+



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Slamboree Control Center



A Legends' Reunion

Slamboree Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.



After a break, we're with Gene Okerlund




Gene hypes up the main event that will see WCW World Heavyweight Champion Vader compete against Randy Savage.


"Mean" Gene talk about the upcoming Slamboree Pay-Per-View and makes the announcement that the following matches will take place at Slamboree:

Cruiserweight Match for the WCW Cruiserweight title
Alex Wright vs. Super Liger

Legends Match
Jimmy Snuka vs. Dick Murdoch

Tag Team Match for the WCW United States Tag Team Titles
The Fantastics vs. Bad Attitude

Hall Of Fame [Class of 1995]
Wahoo McDaniel, Terry Funk, Antonio Inoki, Angelo Poffo, Dusty Rhodes, Gordon Solie and posthumous inductee Big John Studd will be incucted into the WCW Hall of Fame.

Legends Reunion
Paul Jones, Johnny Valentine, Magnum T.A., Pedro Morales and Hiro Matsuda are confirmed for the Legends Reunion.

Lethal Lottery
32-man Lethal Lottery

Tag Team Match for the WCW World Tag Team Titles
Fire and Ice vs. The Miracle Violence Connection

Singles Match for the WCW United States Title
Mystery Challenger vs. Ric Flair

BattleBowl (The winner gets an title shot at The Great American Bash)
16-man Battle Royal

Singles Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Title
Randy Savage vs. Vader

Rating: 100 A*


Gene Okerlund is teasing the secret identity of Super Assassin #1 and Super Assassin #2; and want the fans to call the WCW Hotline...







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






Brian Blair vs. Paul Orndorff w/ Toni

Toni is carrying a mirror to the ring so "Mr. Wonderful" can watch himself as he makes his entrance.

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

Orndorff received several chants of "Paula" from the crowd.



When...





"Booty time, booty time across the U.S.A. It's booty time, booty time...'"

It's The Booty Man, and the subject of his infatuation is, for some reason, his own ass, which he shakes around.

The Booty Man distracts Paul Orndorff when he shakes his ass around while he hits on Toni.



Brian Blair surprises Orndorff with a Roll Up for 1-2!



Blair manages to get some of offense and Orndorff grows frustrated so he beats the shit out of him and ends it with the Piledriver.

In a decent match, Paul Orndorff defeated Brian Blair in 6:20 by pinfall with a Piledriver.

Rating: 74 B-



WCW Security quickly swarms the arena to prevent Orndorff from beat the hell out of "The Original Assman".



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Randy Savage vs. Vader Hype Video



A video promoting the feud between Randy Savage and Vader is aired.

Randy Savage will go head to head with champion Vader at Slamboree.

Two superstars in the same ring with the WCW World Heavyweight title on the line.

Randy Savage is the "Best there is... past, present and future!" A short tempered powerhouse known for his never-say-die attitude.

The "Rocky Mountain Horror" is one of the most physical, stiff and intimidating workers in the World. A top draw wherever he has been, Vader has dominated in Japan, Europe, Mexico and the United States. He is one of the greatest big men in wrestling history and despite weighing around 450lbs, he is known to pull off Moonsaults. He is also known for his relentless string of squash matches where he leaves masses of obliterated jobber carnage.

Nikita Koloff, Ron Simmons, Sting, Cactus Jack, Ray Traylor, Hulk Hogan and Joe Thurman all suffered legit injuries at the hands of the "Rocky Mountain Horror".

Can "Macho Man" Randy Savage survive Vader's Pain Game?

Rating: 100 A*


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DDP Vignette

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We see a vignette of Diamond Dallas Page taking Diamond Doll on a shopping spree to shut her up about things.

She wants to buy a wedding dress and DDP almost chokes on his cigar.

Rating: 91 A




Good Gawd!



[

The Armstrongs vs. Diamond Fever w/ Diamond Doll

In a bout that had good wrestling but didn't have much heat, Diamond Fever defeated The Armstrongs in 7:55 when Diamond Dallas Page defeated Scott Armstrong by pinfall while using the ropes for leverage.

Diamond Doll hold up the scorecard with 10 points.

Rating: 70 C+



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Interview w/ Vader



"Mean Gene" interviews Harley Race and Vader. Vader will go head to head with Randy Savage at Slamboree later tonight and the WCW World Heavyweight title is on the line.





"Macho Man" Randy Savage pops up on the big screen to a huge pop.

"The madness is runnin' wild!"



Vader says there's no way Savage will be able to handle his mass.

Savage says he knows Vader's weight down to the pound but what he has to learn is that in this sport, it's survival of the fittest, not survival of the fattest, for another huge pop. Ohhhhh yeahhhh! Dig it, yeahhhh!

Vader legitimately tries fighting the big screen as Harley drags him off.

Rating: 100 A*


The Main Event [Slamboree Pre-Show] then goes off the air...



Show Rating 79 B




Slamboree Predictions is open until the PPV is posted.

Mark the winner with bold.

Cruiserweight Match for the WCW Cruiserweight Title
Alex Wright vs. Super Liger
Comment:

Legends Match
Jimmy Snuka vs. Dick Murdoch
Comment:

Tag Team Match for the WCW United States Tag Team Titles
The Fantastics vs. Bad Attitude
Comment:

Tag Team Match for the WCW World Tag Team Titles
Fire and Ice vs. The Miracle Violence Connection
Comment:

Singles Match for the WCW United States Title
Mystery Challenger vs. Ric Flair

BattleBowl (The winner gets an title shot at The Great American Bash)
Arn Anderson vs. Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Booker T vs. Brian Knobbs vs. Bunkhouse Buck vs. Curt Hennig vs. Diamond Dallas Page vs. Jerry Sags vs. Jim Duggan vs. Kevin Sullivan vs. Konnan vs. Kurosawa vs. Marcus Bagwell vs. Meng vs. Max Muscle vs. One Man Gang vs. Paul Orndorff vs. Rick Martel vs. Rick Steiner vs. Scott Steiner vs. Scotty Riggs vs. Steve Austin vs. Stevie Ray vs. Steven Regal vs. Sting vs. Super Assassin #1 vs. The Booty Man vs. The Gambler vs. The Great Muta vs. The Hustler vs. The Warrior vs. Vladimir Koloff
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Singles Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Title
Randy Savage vs. Vader
Comment:

Bonus Questions
Who is the Mystery Challenger?
How many titles will change hands?
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Default Slamboree [May - 1995] [Part 1 o 2]



A Legends' Reunion



These are the results from WCW Slamboree, being held by World Championship Wrestling. It is being held in front of 50,000 people at Charlottesville Stadium in Charlottesville, Virginia.

It's a Sell Out!






We get introduced to Slamboree by Tony Schiavone. Our main event match will be a Singles match between underdog "Macho" Randy Savage vs. “Rocky Mountain Horror” Vader.

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

Tony Schiavone, Bobby "The Brain" Heenan, Eric Bischoff and “Mean” Gene Okerlund make predictions regarding the main event.

One Ring...One Moment...One Mega-Event!

Let’s get to it!






For the Cruiserweight match we had Mikey Tenay and Chris Cruise replacing Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan at the broadcast booth.



Cruiserweight Match for the WCW Cruiserweight Title



© Alex Wright vs. Super Liger

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, 19-year old prodigy "Das Wunderkind" Alex Wright defeated Super Liger in 10:22 by pinfall with a quick Roll Up out-of-nowhere. Alex Wright makes defence number 4 of his WCW Cruiserweight title.

Rating: 73 B+



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Cruiserweight Division Vignette



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

Rating: 66 C+


The screen turns black and white.





Gordon Solie and Dusty Rhodes comes on to do commentary, and it's the Legends Match.




Legends Match



Jimmy Snuka vs. Dick Murdoch

They show this legends match in black and white to give it more of a nostalgic feel. As per tradition, Gordon Solie and Dusty Rhodes calls the match instead of Eric Bischoff and Tony Schiavone.

In a Legends Match, Jimmy Snuka defeated Dick Murdoch in 10:14 by pinfall with a Superfly Splash.

Rating: 55 C-



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Legends Reunion



Paul Jones, Johnny Valentine, Magnum T.A., Pedro Morales and Hiro Matsuda are present at Slamboree for the Legends Reunion.

WCW introduced the group of "Legends" to the crowd!



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Hall Of Fame [Class of 1995]





The WCW Hall of Fame Inductions Ceremony is hosted by Gordon Solie.



Wahoo McDaniel is the first inductee in this year's HOF class



Antonio Inoki is the next inductee.



Dusty Rhodes is the third inductee.



Angelo Poffo is the fourth inductee.



Terry Funk is the fifth inductee.



Big John Studd is the sixth inductee.



Gordon Solie is the seventh inductee.



Wahoo McDaniel, Terry Funk, Angelo Poffo, Antonio Inoki, Big John Studd (award accepted by his son Robert), Dusty Rhodes, and Gordon Solie is inducted into the WCW Hall Of Fame.


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BattleBowl Hype Video



A highlight video is shown to hype the 16-man BattleBowl that will take place at Slamboree.

The Ultimate Challenge of Skill, Luck and Survival

Only One Man Can Survive


A 'Lethal Lottery' system is used to draw tag-teams at random and the winners from each subsequent match will then advance to a big Battle Royal. The winner of the "BattleBowl" Battle Royal is guaranteed a shot at the WCW World Heavyweight title at The Great American Bash.

Some of the participants are Arn Anderson, Bam Bam Bigelow, Curt Hennig, Kevin Sullivan, Kurosawa, Meng, One Man Gang, Rick Martel, Steve Austin, Steven Regal, Sting, The Great Muta, The Nasty Boys, The Steiner Brothers and The Warrrior.

Rating: 95 A*


Tag Team Match for the WCW United States Tag Team Titles



The Fantastics vs. Bad Attitude

In a open bout that had a old school rasslin' feel, Bad Attitude (Bobby Eaton and Steve Keirn) defeated The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton and Tommy Rogers) in 16:27 when Bobby Eaton defeated Bobby Fulton by pinfall with an Alabama Jam. Bad Attitude win the WCW United States Tag Team titles.

Rating: 79 B



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Lethal Lottery



It’s time for the Lethal Lottery to draw competing tag-teams at random.

The winners from each subsequent tag team match will then advance to a big "BattleBowl" Battle Royal. The winner of the “BattleBowl” Battle Royal is guaranteed a shot at the WCW World Heavyweight title at The Great American Bash in June.





Your hosts “Mean” Gene and Diamond Doll will draw out the participants out of a tumbler, when they’re not busy flirting…

“Tony Schiavone once again you have your cross to bear working with Bobby “The Brain” Heenan. My duty i must say a whole lot more pleasant. I’m going to be assisted by the Diamond Doll. Who of course have been affiliated with Diamond Dallas Page in the past. But Diamond Girl it’s going to be different tonight, you and i are going to have a lot of fun”.


Let’s draw the first couple of names. Let’s roll this tumbler. You do the drawings and i’ll mention the names.



Mean Gene and Diamond Doll calls out:

Jerry Sags & Max Muscle vs. Bam Bam Bigelow & Kurosawa

Rating: 100 A*


Lethal Lottery Tag Team Match



Jerry Sags & Max Muscle vs. Bam Bam Bigelow & Kurosawa

So the ripped muscleboy Max Muscle’s pissed over who his partner is, just like "Nasty Boy" Jerry Sags.

In a hard-hitting bout that had entertaining brawling and a good reaction from the crowd, "The Beast from the East" Bam Bam Bigelow and "The Japanese Wildman" Kurasawa defeated Jerry Sags and Max Muscle in a Lethal Lottery Tag Team match in 10:03 when Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Max Muscle by pinfall with a Greeting From Asbury Park.

Jerry Sags is angry and stomp Max Muscle on his way from the ring.

Rating: 80 B



Quote:
Lethal Lottery



It’s time for the Lethal Lottery to draw competing tag-teams at random.

The winners from each subsequent tag team match will then advance to a big "BattleBowl" Battle Royal. The winner of the “BattleBowl” Battle Royal is guaranteed a shot at the WCW World Heavyweight title at The Great American Bash in June.





“Oooh excuse me!”

The dirty old “Casanova” Gene Okerlund has gotten hold of some champagne and it seems like Diamond Doll is getting more and more tipsy. He managed to spill some champagne on Diamond Doll’s skin tight dress.



Mean Gene and Diamond Doll calls out:

Brian Knobbs & One Man Gang vs. The Hustler & Rick Martel


Lethal Lottery Tag Team Match



Brian Knobbs & One Man Gang vs. The Hustler & Rick Martel

Of course, Tag Team Division rivals Brian Knobbs and One Man Gang can’t get along. Both are pissed over who his partner is, since they are engaged in a bloody feud with lots of bad blood between the two teams.

They are brawling with each other and with their opponents.

The Hustler and Rick Martel are selling like crazy during the match.

Brian Knobbs and One Man Gang finally stop beating up each other because if they lose, they can’t go to BattleBowl.

In a bout that had great brawling and good heat, Brian Knobbs and One Man Gang defeated The Hustler and Rick Martel in a Lethal Lottery Tag Team match in 6:28 when Brian Knobbs defeated The Hustler by pinfall with a Running Powerslam.

Rating: 72 B-



Quote:
Lethal Lottery



It’s time for the Lethal Lottery to draw competing tag-teams at random.

The winners from each subsequent tag team match will then advance to a big "BattleBowl" Battle Royal. The winner of the “BattleBowl” Battle Royal is guaranteed a shot at the WCW World Heavyweight title at The Great American Bash in June.





It’s seems like Mean Gene and Diamond Doll are getting along just fine.

“I’m sorry are we on the air? We’re just having a great time here!”

Bobby Heenan seems grumpy and says “look at that”.



Mean Gene and Diamond Doll calls out:

Meng & Marcus Bagwell vs. Jim Duggan & Rick Steiner


Lethal Lottery Tag Team Match



Meng & Marcus Bagwell vs. Jim Duggan & Rick Steiner

"The Face of Terror" Meng is no-selling everything.

Meng is looking like an unstoppable monster, while the underdog Marcus Bagwell is struggling against the two grizzled brawlers; "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan and "Dog Faced Gremlin" Rick Steiner.


In a bout that had good wrestling and a good reaction from the crowd, Jim Duggan and Rick Steiner defeated Meng and Marcus Bagwell in a Lethal Lottery Tag Team match in 7:39 when Rick Steiner defeated Marcus Bagwell by pinfall with a Flying Bulldog.

Rating: 76 B-



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Interview w/ Randy Savage



Randy Savage, Lanny Poffo and Angelo Poffo make their way out to the stage to be interviewed by Tony Schiavone. Savage says he is pumped for Slamboree. He puts over himself as the craziest maniac on the planet. Savage says he is going to issue some punishment to Vader later tonight.

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

*finger snap*

"Outta Here!"

*Savage leaves*

Rating: 100A*


Quote:
Lethal Lottery



It’s time for the Lethal Lottery to draw competing tag-teams at random.

The winners from each subsequent tag team match will then advance to a big "BattleBowl" Battle Royal. The winner of the “BattleBowl” Battle Royal is guaranteed a shot at the WCW World Heavyweight title at The Great American Bash in June.





Let’s draw the next couple of names. Let’s roll this tumbler. You do the drawings and i’ll mention the names.



Mean Gene and Diamond Doll calls out:

Bunkhouse Buck & Paul Orndorff vs. Scott Steiner & Konnan


Lethal Lottery Tag Team Match



Bunkhouse Buck & Paul Orndorff vs. Scott Steiner & Konnan

Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff’s pissed over who his partner is, and says he needs a bath immdiately to clean up after being that close to that stinking slob Bunkhouse Buck.

In a decent match, babyface duo Scott Steiner and Konnan defeated Bunkhouse Buck and Paul Orndorff in a Lethal Lottery Tag Team match in 9:35 when Scott Steiner defeated Bunkhouse Buck by pinfall with a Steiner Flatliner.

Rating: 68 C+



Quote:
Lethal Lottery



It’s time for the Lethal Lottery to draw competing tag-teams at random.

The winners from each subsequent tag team match will then advance to a big "BattleBowl" Battle Royal. The winner of the “BattleBowl” Battle Royal is guaranteed a shot at the WCW World Heavyweight title at The Great American Bash in June.





Let’s draw the next couple of names. Let’s roll this tumbler. You do the drawings and i’ll mention the names.



Mean Gene and Diamond Doll calls out:

Curt Hennig & Diamond Dallas Page vs. The Warrior & The Booty Man


"Put your hands together, I’ll show you the way, come and get some booty where the big boys play.”

"Booty time, booty time across the U.S.A. It's booty time, booty time...'"



It's The Booty Man, and the subject of his infatuation is, for some reason, his own ass, which he shakes around during his entrance, which annoys the audience and his tag team partner.





"The Original Assman" gets a little too excited to be part of BattleBowl, so The Warrior decks him on the rampway.




Curt Hennig and Diamond Dallas Page both stomp The Booty Man on their way to the ring.


The Booty Man only has a 20-foot long rampway to crawl down and sells the punch and the two stomps like he’s just been shot.



Lethal Lottery Tag Team Match



Curt Hennig & Diamond Dallas Page vs. The Warrior & The Booty Man

The Warrior obviously wrestles the match by himself here.

Diamond Dallas Page is angry at Diamond Doll for having a good time drinking champagne and mingling with Mean Gene.

In a bout that had great brawling, good heat and good selling from the heels, The Warrior and The Booty Man defeated Curt Hennig and Diamond Dallas Page in a Lethal Lottery Tag Team match in 8:16 when The Warrior defeated Diamond Dallas Page by pinfall with a Diving Splash, after DDP was distracted by Diamond Doll and Mean Gene having such a good time.

Rating: 76 B-



Quote:
Lethal Lottery



It’s time for the Lethal Lottery to draw competing tag-teams at random.

The winners from each subsequent tag team match will then advance to a big "BattleBowl" Battle Royal. The winner of the “BattleBowl” Battle Royal is guaranteed a shot at the WCW World Heavyweight title at The Great American Bash in June.





Let’s draw the next couple of names. Let’s roll this tumbler. You do the drawings and i’ll mention the names.



Mean Gene and Diamond Doll calls out:

Sting & Super Assassin #1 vs. The Great Muta & Scotty Riggs


Lethal Lottery Tag Team Match



Sting & Super Assassin #1 vs. The Great Muta & Scotty Riggs

The gargantuan monster heel Super Assassin #1 attacks Sting to begin the match. They finally stop beating up each other because if they lose, they can’t go to BattleBowl.

In a bout that had good wrestling and a good reaction from the crowd, Sting and Super Assassin #1 defeated The Great Muta and Scotty Riggs in a Lethal Lottery Tag Team match in 8:16 when Sting defeated Scotty Riggs by submission with a Scorpion Deathlock.

Rating: 74 B-



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Interview w/ The Stud Stable



Lee Marshall interviews Col. Robert Parker and The Miracle Violence Connection.

Tonight, Steve Williams and Terry Gordy will be competing against Fire and Ice for the WCW World Tag Team titles. Parker says that Scott Norton and Ice Train’s time has finally come to meet The Miracle Violence Connection.

Parker thinks that Norton and Ice Train will be going to the hospital after their match. It's time for another lesson in violence.

Rating: 83 B+


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Lethal Lottery



It’s time for the Lethal Lottery to draw competing tag-teams at random.

The winners from each subsequent tag team match will then advance to a big "BattleBowl" Battle Royal. The winner of the “BattleBowl” Battle Royal is guaranteed a shot at the WCW World Heavyweight title at The Great American Bash in June.





Let’s draw the next couple of names. Let’s roll this tumbler. You do the drawings and i’ll mention the names.



Mean Gene and Diamond Doll calls out:

Booker T & Kevin Sullivan vs. Steve Austin & Arn Anderson


Lethal Lottery Tag Team Match



Booker T & Kevin Sullivan vs. Steve Austin & Arn Anderson

Booker T and Kevin Sullivan offer tough resistance, but the two Horsemen control the match with fluid double-team moves.


In a bout that had superb wrestling and great heat, "Superstar" Steve Austin and "The Enforcer" Arn Anderson defeated Booker T and Kevin Sullivan in a Lethal Lottery Tag Team match in 14:20 when Steve Austin defeated Kevin Sullivan by submission with a Hollywood and Vine.

Rating: 82 B



Quote:
Lethal Lottery



It’s time for the Lethal Lottery to draw competing tag-teams at random.

The winners from each subsequent tag team match will then advance to a big "BattleBowl" Battle Royal. The winner of the “BattleBowl” Battle Royal is guaranteed a shot at the WCW World Heavyweight title at The Great American Bash in June.





Let’s draw the next couple of names. Let’s roll this tumbler. You do the drawings and i’ll mention the names.



Mean Gene and Diamond Doll calls out:

Stevie Ray & Vladimir Koloff vs. Steven Regal & The Gambler


Lethal Lottery Tag Team Match



Stevie Ray & Vladimir Koloff vs. Steven Regal & The Gambler

We get big power moves from Stevie Ray and Vladimir Koloff, while The Gambler has his solid Arn Anderson-style wrestling.

The aggressive blue blood "Lord" Steven Regal looks the proper gentleman in his spotless cravat and houndstooth blazers, but he wrestles with all the refinement of a Manchester soccer hooligan. Mixing equal parts Snake Pit submissions and carnie survival tricks.

In a good match, Steven Regal and The Gambler defeated Stevie Ray and Vladimir Koloff in a Lethal Lottery Tag Team match in 8:06 when Steven Regal defeated Vladimir Koloff by submission with a Regal Stretch.

Rating: 76 B-



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The announcers analyses the upcoming BattleBowl Battle Royal and make predictions.

The Ultimate Challenge of Skill, Luck and Survival

Only One Man Can Survive


The winner of the "BattleBowl" Battle Royal is guaranteed a shot at the WCW World Heavyweight title at The Great American Bash.

The participants are Arn Anderson, Bam Bam Bigelow, Brian Knobbs, Jim Duggan, Konnan, Kurosawa, One Man Gang, Rick Steiner, Scott Steiner, Steve Austin, Stevie Ray, Sting, Super Assassin #1, The Booty Man, The Warrior and Vladimir Koloff.


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A Legends' Reunion



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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 Slamboree 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*


Tag Team Match for the WCW World Tag Team Championship titles



Fire and Ice © w/ Teddy Long vs. Miracle Violence Connection w/ Col. Parker

It was a hard-hitting bout filled with stiff brawling and Lariats, which then gave way to really hard Slams and Suplexes.

Miracle Violence Connection defeated Fire and Ice in 16:25 when Steve Williams defeated Ice Train by pinfall with a Tag Neckbreaker Bomb after Col. Robert Parker interfered by smashing Ice Train over the head with his briefcase when the referee was distracted. Miracle Violence Connection win the WCW World Tag Team titles.

Rating: 79 B



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Post-Match Brawl



Ice Train and Scott Norton are in the ring, and are squaring off with Steve Williams and Terry Gordy, unhappy about the outcome of the match. The argument soon turns physical into a wild brawl, with the chaos spilling out all around ringside.





Kurosawa and "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan joins the arena wide brawl.



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

Rating: 100 A*




It's the Dirtiest Player in the Game! A limousine-ridin', jet-flyin', wheelin' dealin' kiss-stealin' — Woooo! — Son-Of-A-Gun!



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The Mystery Challenger is revealed



Commissioner Bockwinkel is standing with the WCW United States champion Ric Flair. "The Nature Boy" looks focused for tonights task.

Ric Flair brags that The Four Horseman party like rock stars; have spent a fortune; have made a fortune and looks and acts like total pimps.

The Four Horsemen is living the jet set lifestyle riding limousines, flying jets, gambling in Vegas and partying with the hottest chicks.


Flair fits the camera with an cocky stare while flashing the Four Fingers. He says he's going out partying tonight after he win, and he will get the job done in no time flat.

"To be the man! Woooo!, you gotta beat the man! Woooo!"



Commissioner Nick Bockwinkel announces that he has decided to give a wrestling legend a chance to shine tonight...






and he brings out...








"Rowdy" Roddy Piper for a singles match against Ric Flair for the WCW United States title. Piper receives major pop from the crowd...





"Rowdy" Roddy Piper makes a spectacular over-the-top entrance, while "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair looks shocked. He wasn't prepared for a opponent of this calibre.



"No!" This is unfair to Flair. He wasn't prepared for this.

Flair threatened not to wrestle and Commissioner Bockwinkel said Flair would be stripped of his title if he didn't wrestle as he initially agreed to do.

Rating: 100 A*


Singles Match for the WCW United States Title



Roddy Piper vs. Ric Flair © w/ Elizabeth

This epic match will go down into history as one of greatest WCW wrestling matches of all time.

It's a open match that had sensational wrestling, fantastic heat and great comeback segment.



Roddy Piper have his opponent almost beat, but the referee is down.

He prepares for the Sleeper Hold, when Elizabeth take off her shoe and use it like a machete smashing Piper over the head.



The referee awakes as "The Nature Boy" traps his opponent in the Figure Four Leglock.



In an dream match between two wrestling legends, "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair defeated "Rowdy" Roddy Piper in 19:38 by submission with a Figure Four Leglock after Elizabeth interfered. Ric Flair makes defence number 8 of his WCW United States title.


Rating:99 A*



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



The Battlebowl








Best Friends Now Bitter Rivals Brawl For It All!



It's time for the big brawl we all have been waiting for.

It’s a 16-man battle royal to start. As Bobby “The Brain” Heenan says, “Not a lot to call here, you just watch ‘em fight.”

Winner gets an title shot at The Great American Bash.




Ready!

Wild, luck-of-the draw tag team matches…

Set!

Winners advance where it’s every man for himself…

Battlebowl!

Only one man can win.



It's a no-nonsense, take-no-prisoners brawl and the crowd gets jacked for it!



The Booty Man, shakes around his ass, which annoys the audience and some of the other wrestlers. The Warrior begin the match in a berserker rage and proceeded to beat the crap out of The Booty Man before sending him crashing over the top rope.

The Booty Man is eliminated.



Sting is brawling with Arn Anderson-clone The Gambler and Clotheslines him over the top rope.

The Gambler is eliminated.



Bam Bam Bigelow is looking strong and dominates inside the ring. "The Beast from the East" is hurling his mammoth 400 pounds frame around the ring in the manner of an acrobat without compromising his formidable power game.

Bam Bam Bigelow sends "The Mexican Hulk Hogan" Konnan over the top rope.

Konnan is eliminated



"Sloppy as hell and more than a little dangerous". Brian Knobbs wrestles in a ‘garbage’ brawl-style that features a lot of hard-hitting strikes that makes his matches more like streetfights than pro wrestling matches. He is focusing on One Man Gang, a big brawling man, who is very tough.

Both brawlers have crimson masks, after trying to hit their opponent as hard as possible throughout the match.

Brian Knobbs try for several minutes to get the 450 pound badass One Man Gang to fall over the top rope and wind up taking himself out as well with the help of Bam Bam Bigelow and his devastating offense.

Brian Knobbs and One Man Gang is eliminated.



It's a no-nonsense, take-no-prisoners brawl with blood being visible during the match. There is blood from Brian Knobbs, Jim Duggan and One Man Gang all over the ring...



"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan is an excellent, bleeding, asskicking babyface brawler from Hell, wreaking havoc inside the ring. We see the classic rough and tumble brawler and power wrestler Duggan from Mid-South.

Duggan is brawling with Steve Austin, but with the help of fellow Horseman Arn Anderson, Duggan is sent over the top rope.

Jim Duggan is eliminated.



Super Assassin #1 is one of the most awesome, massive, and powerful grapplers ever to enter the squared-circle.

Sting is ridiculously fast and agile for a guy his size and he is strong enough to slam super heavyweights such as Vader. Sting manages to eliminate Super Assassin #1.

Super Assassin #1 is eliminated.



The Steiner Brothers are engaged in a hard-hitting brawl with The Stud Stable members Bam Bam Bigelow and Kurosawa.

Scott Steiner and Kurosawa is eliminated at the same time.



Rick Steiner tried to save his brother, but is also eliminated by Bam Bam Bigelow.

Rick Steiner is eliminated.



"Lord" Steven Regal is a stereotypical British gentleman with a mean streak, and that often come across like an Upper-Class Twit.

The aggressive blue blood looked the proper gentleman in his spotless cravat and houndstooth blazers, but he wrestled with all the refinement of a Manchester soccer hooligan. Mixing equal parts Snake Pit submissions and carnie survival tricks.

The next elimination is Steven Regal by The Warrior via over top rope.



The 400 pounds monster heel Bam Bam Bigelow is looking unstoppable with his devastating offense.



Arn Anderson is engaged in a punching contest with Sting, but is losing and goes over the top rope.

Arn Anderson is eliminated.



Final Four



The four participants left Bam Bam Bigelow, Steve Austin, Sting and The Warrior.


Sting is brawling with Bam Bam Bigelow, while The Warrior is brawling with "Superstar" Steve Austin.



Sting no-sell his opponent's offense, hulk up, beat chest, punch, backhand, punch, Irish whip into corner, and the Stinger Splash.

"Oh no!" Bam Bam Bigelow throws himself out of the way causing Sting to crash over the top rope into the steel barrier with full force.

Sting is eliminated.



That leaves Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Steve Austin vs. The Warrior. They go back and forth for a few minutes until The Warrior manages to eliminate Steve Austin.

Steve Austin is eliminated.



We have the 400 pounds monster versus a snarling, facepainted maniac with neon tassels on his biceps.

*The Warrior is shaking his head rapidly*

"Awwwwwwwwwwwwww you can feel it, dudes!"

The Warrior enter a berserker rage and proceed to beat the ever-loving crap out of Bam Bam.


This could be it!


A punch, two Clotheslines, a Gorilla Press Slam..


The Warrior looks to finish his opponent with another Clothesline.


The Warrior is charging towards Bam Bam, leveling him with one of the most devastating lariats in wrestling history.

The final elimination is Bam Bam Bigelow by The Warrior via over the top rope.



It's unbelievable!



In a good match, The Warrior won a Battlebowl in 29:38. The other members of the 'final four' were Bam Bam Bigelow, Sting and Steve Austin, with Bam Bam Bigelow being the final elimination.

Bam Bam Bigelow got the most eliminations over the course of the match.

Rating: 82 B



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Nick Bockwinkel, Eric Bischoff, Gene Okerlund and Diamond Girl are presenting The Warrior with a ring to commemorate his victory at BattleBowl.

The Warrior gets an title shot at The Great American Bash.

"For the Power of The Warrioooor will always prevail!"


Rating: 100 A*


Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan hype up the next PPV in June, WCW The Great American Bash, and puts it over as A Battle Of Heroic Proportions...



Ring announcer Michael Buffer is announcing the main event of the evening.

“Let’s get ready to rumble!”





Huge pop for Randy Savage...





It's time for the Pain Game!

It's time for the "Rocky Mountain Horror".

The ultimate monster known as Vader is steamrolling over everyone in WCW looking unstoppable. With his hard-hitting offense he is the most the most dominant wrestler in the history of WCW. 450 pounds of pure destruction...





During Vader's entrance, The Warrior was shown briefly, to build up to the inevitable feud with Vader...




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



Singles Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Title



Randy Savage vs. Vader © w/ Harley Race

Vader no-sells Savage’s punches to start.

Vader does his "'Who's the Man?' gorilla-grunting routine mocking Savage.

"It's Vader! Vader is the Man!"

"I fear no man and I feel no pain!"



Vader corners Savage and unloads a punishing barrage of strikes. Vader splashes him in the corner, causing Savage to regroup.


Here comes Vader again. Body Attack connects. Vader Bomb connects and the crowd goes wild!

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



Against all odds the fiery and short-tempered babyface brawler with the never-say-never-attitude manage a awesome comeback segment that gains a thunderous pop from the crowd.

The intense and fearless "Randy Savage fires back on Vader with a Diving Double Axe-Handle, and several big punches with theatrics. Savage avoids a corner charge and goes up onto the top rope as Vader accidently bumps into the referee.



Savage is up on the top rope for the impactful Savage Elbow Drop...






but...








Here comes "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair while the referee is down.

Flair is widely considered the best pro wrestler ever, but he wasn't given the nickname "The Dirtiest Player in the Game" for nothing. He manages to distract Savage until Vader attacks Savage from behind.



Vader sends Savage crashing down into the canvas, and begin unleashing a devastating offense that ends with a awesome Vadersault.



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



In an unbelievable match, Vader defeated Randy Savage in 20:18 by pinfall with a Vadersault after a distraction from Ric Flair. Vader makes defence number 6 of his WCW World Heavyweight title.

Rating: 91 A



The Reign of Terror continues...



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Post-Match Brawl



Having picked up the victory, Vader celebrates in the ring, and goes crazy, walking around the ring like a madman battering away at the ring posts.

Vader says that his sights is set on The Warrior. At The Great American Bash, Vader will destroy The Warrior, just like he did with Randy Savage, Sting and Hulk Hogan.

Harley Race says that Vader is unstoppable. Vader fears no man and he feels no pain! Vader is one of the toughest and most hard hitting wrestlers in the history of the industry.

“The only man to hold versions of the World Title on four Continents, making him the closest thing professional wrestling has ever had to a true world champion.”

“Who’s the man?”

“Who’s the man?”

“Who’s the man?”

“It’s Vader!”

“Vader is the man!”

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






During Vader's celebration...








Ric, Flair, Arn Anderson, Curt Hennig and Steve Austin are attacking "Macho Man" Randy Savage.



Savage brawls with The Four Horsemen up the aisleway and the crowd gets jacked for it!








Here comes Sting and The Warrior running, unleashing hell on Austin and Hennig.





Meanwhile Flair and Arn double team Savage, and Angelo Poffo gets up from the front row to help his son. Flair and Arn apologize, but then Arn holds Poffo and Flair punches away at him before locking him in the Figure Four as Arn stomps away on the old man.





Flair and Arn continue to assault Angelo Poffo, with Lanny Poffo coming out of the crowd to try to talk sense into Flair and Arn. Flair then attacked Lanny and threw him crashing into the ring stairs, with Arn hitting a brutal loooking DDT.



Sting and The Warrior run back out and the heels bail, proud of what they did.



Randy Savage is an emotional wreck while tending to his father and his brother.

Medics arrive to remove Savage's father and brother on a trolley.

Rating: 100 A*


Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan are speculating about poor Lanny Poffo possible being paralysed. This could be the end of Lanny Poffo's in ring career.



The announcers are thrilled about The Great American Bash. Tony Schiavone promise the fans that The Warrior vs. Vader will be a "Battle Of Heroic Proportions"!





The show then goes off the air with Vader and Harley Race celebrating, while The Warrior is staring at Vader from the ramp way.


Show Rating 94 A




Comments:

It's "A Legends' Reunion" so of course i've been saving a real legend like Roddy Piper for Slamboree to go with the theme. I didn't quite expect him to deliver that kind of match rating, so that is a very nice surprise.

This is actually the last match for The Fantastics as i want to keep refreshening the tag team division, while i also keep the NWA strong with veterans like Badd Company, The Fantastics, the Rock 'n' Roll Express, The Heavenly Bodies and Bad Attitude.

So now we look forward to The Warrior vs. Vader; and Randy Savage vs. The Four Horsemen. Two money making dream feuds, that the WWF will have trouble to compete with.

As The Miracle Violence Connection wins the tag team belts, The Stud Stable now has three major titles (World Heavyweight, Tag Team and Six-Man Tag Team) as "The Reign of Terror Continues..."

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Who is the Mystery Challenger? A debuting Shawn Michaels
It might be happening during the Hostile Takeover. Most WWF workers have pre-set longterm contracts until Nash and Hall's contracts expires in 1996.



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Alex Wright vs. Super Liger
Comment: 60/40 call here. Could see either Wright dropping the belt temporarily or Wright dropping it and moving up a division.
The Cruiserweight Division is about to make it to the next level. Things is about to happen.



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Juice & PG-13 against Konnan, Rey Mysterio Jr. & Super Calo! East Coast vs. West Coast! Book it!
I'll put this in my WCW Timeline document.



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As long as we somehow get PG-13 involved, I'm on board.
PG-13 is currently in WWF. More to add to my WCW Timeline document.



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The Fantastics vs. Bad Attitude
Comment: I really enjoyed this tag tournament on the B-shows for these belts.
This is a great way to keep both some veteran teams and some up-and-coming tag teams in the spotlight.



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Fire and Ice vs. The Miracle Violence Connection
Comment: I feel like I pick against them every time... something's gotta give
This is far from over, but "The Reign of Terror" must continue...



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The Warrior and Sting have the most "Star Power" for win like this. I'm guessing Warrior is the next man to face the monster before he comes back dude
I've been waiting for this showdown since i began planning the save. It was one of the earliest storylines in the WCW timeline.



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Comment: I love Macho, but Vader's gotta be the Unstoppable monster so he can eat the leg drop, brother
The Hulkster will make a spectacular return, when Thunder In Paradise is filmed.
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These are the results from WWF In Your House, being held by World Wrestling Federation. It is being held in front of 30,841 people at The Metrodome, Minneapolis, Minnesota.


Losers Leaves WWF Match
The Rock 'n' Roll Express vs. The Headbangers
The Headbangers defeated The Rock 'n' Roll Express in a Loser Leaves WWF match in 8:17 when Thrasher defeated Ricky Morton by pinfall by using underhanded tactics. The Headbangers is the epitome of aggressiveness. Energy junkies on stage, poser despisers and a true devotees of thrash metal. While "The Rock 'n' Roll Express" is a couple of high flying wrestlers who loves glam metal music. The Headbangers finally managed to defeat the glam rockers, but the feud will continue down in NWA Smokey Mountain Wrestling. Death to all Poser!
Rating: 56 C-


The Bodydonnas insult the audience and call them fat. They are confronted by The Can-Am Express.


The Can-Am Express w/ Alundra Blayze vs. The Bodydonnas w/ Sunny
The Can-Am Express defeated The Bodydonnas II (Flip and Zip) in 8:25 when Flip was intentionally disqualified while fighting Doug Furnas. The two tag teams are trying to establish themselves as the next great tag team in WWF.
Rating: 58 C-


Singles Match for the WWF European Title
Ahmed Johnson w/ Jacqueline vs. Kama w/ Ted DiBiase
Kama "The Supreme Fighter" defeated the ripped powerhouse Ahmed Johnson in 10:15 by submission with a STF after interference from Ted DiBiase. Kama wins the WWF European title.
Rating: 67 C+


Ahmed Johnson and Kama "The Supreme Fighting Machine" ends up in an wild brawl.


3 vs. 3 Match
Lex Luger and The New Foundation vs. Camp Cornette w/ Jim Cornette
Camp Cornette (Yokozuna, British Bulldog and Hakushi) defeated Lex Luger and The New Foundation in 15:57 when Yokozuna defeated Jim Neidhart by pinfall by using underhanded tactics that involved Cornette's tennis racket.
Rating: 79 B


Post-Match Brawl between Lex Luger and The New Foundation versus Camp Cornette (Yokozuna, British Bulldog and Hakushi). With Bret Hart and Kwang joining forces with Lex Luger and The New Foundation, while Shinobi and The Sultan joined Yokozuna, British Bulldog and Hakushi.



Bret Hart vs. Jerry Lawler
Bret Hart defeated Jerry "The King" Lawler in 7:55 when Jerry Lawler was disqualified when Hakushi ran in and attacked Bret Hart with a Diving Headbutt.
Rating: 75 B-


A spectacular entrance by The Undertaker and Paul Bearer.


Casket Match
The Undertaker w/ Paul Bearer vs. The Barbarian w/ Ted DiBiase
The Undertaker defeated The Barbarian in a Casket match in 15:58 when The Barbarian was trapped inside the Casket.
Rating: 77 B


Post-Match we had Sycho Sid watching The Undertaker from the ramp.


Handicap Match for the WWF Intercontinental Title
Razor Ramon vs. Jeff Jarrett & The Roadie w/ Sherri
Razor Ramon defeated Jeff Jarrett & The Roadie in 20:05 when Razor Ramon defeated The Roadie by pinfall with a Razor's Edge. During the match, Jarrett went to perform the Figure Four Leglock, but Razor Ramon blocked the maneuver, sending Jarrett to collide with his partner. Ramon performed his "Razor's Edge" finishing move and pinned The Roadie for the victory. Razor Ramon makes defence number 1 of his WWF Intercontinental title.
Rating: 78 B


After the contest, Razor Ramon tried to perform the "Razor's Edge" on Jeff Jarrett, but Jarrett and Sherri attacked him and applied the Figure Four Leglock. An "unknown man" ran to the ring and attacked both Jarrett, The Roadie and Sherri to save Razor Ramon. Ramon introduced the "unknown man" as his friend Savio Vega.


Iron Man Match for the WWF World Heavyweight Title
Ricky Steamboat vs. Jake Roberts
Jake Roberts defeated Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat in an Iron Man (30 Mins) match in 30:00 by two falls to one. During the match we also had the soft-spoken, southern gentleman Waylon Mercy distract Ricky Steamboat. Jake Roberts makes defence number 2 of his WWF World Heavyweight title.
Rating: 75 B-


"Big Daddy Cool" Diesel is still angry at being outsmarted, he was suppose to win the title in the Triple Threat Match last month. The master manipulator Jake "The Snake" Roberts outsmarted Diesel and stole the title from Bret Hart, thereby screwing both men.

Show Rating 83 B+
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I feel bad for missing predictions, but I can definitely say that I enjoyed Slamboree quite a bit! Can't wait to see what you do with Savage vs. Horsemen and Warrior vs. Vader, and I would assume perhaps Sting vs. Bigelow? That one would be fire right there - and not just the flame on Bammer's head!
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Wooo big win! Gotta say for once I’m keen for Hulks eventual return so Hulkamania can run wild once more
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I feel bad for missing predictions, but I can definitely say that I enjoyed Slamboree quite a bit! Can't wait to see what you do with Savage vs. Horsemen and Warrior vs. Vader, and I would assume perhaps Sting vs. Bigelow? That one would be fire right there - and not just the flame on Bammer's head!
WarGames and Halloween Havoc is going to be something special in 1995, before the transition to the next era begin.
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The AJPW Triple Crown changed hands at the AJPW Deadlock Tour
, as "Big" John Tenta became the new champion, ending the reign of Stan "The Lariat" Hansen after ten title defences. The former WWF and WCW main eventer is currently a huge star in Japan and working for WAR, All Japan and UWFi has really helped Tenta to taken his wrestling skills to the next level.

WWF's latest In Your House PPV took place this weekend. It was decent, but forgettable. Savio Vega debuted, doing a run-in during the Razor Ramon match pretending to be a fan. They also legitimately gave away a house to a fan who was watching the show and won the contest.

AAA launched a new tag team onto the scene, as Rambo Mendieta and Madonna's Boyfriend were officially announced as being a regular team. They will be working under the name Tough Love, and are expected to get a decent push to begin with.

The Mexican National Tag Team titles changed hands at AAA TripleMania, as Rambo Mendieta and Madonna's Boyfriend became the new champions, ending the reign of Volador and Misterioso after eleven title defences.

WWF held their final show at Boston Garden, bringing in several former old-time headliners like George Steel, Arnold Skaaland, Killer Kowalski, Chief Jay Strongbow, and others. Freddie Blassie was scheduled to appear but didn't due to his recent heart attack. Bruno Sammartino is the all-time biggest draw in the arena and there were several fans with signs for Bruno, but obviously that didn't happen. The legends all gave speeches between each match and they did an angle with Chief Jay Strongbow and Pat Patterson getting into a shoving match and having to be separated by the other legends.

5 Star match! It's rare that we see a genuine "five star" match, but last night certainly delivered in a big way when Kenta Kobashi defeated Mitsuharu Misawa at the AJPW Deadlock Tour. The must-see match is bound to feature heavily in the voting for Match Of The Year.

Rey Mistero Jr. seemingly debuts a new, incredible move every week that no one has ever seen before. Wrestling expert Dave Meltzer calls him the "Human Highlight Reel".

In UWA news, it is being reported that Cibernetico has apparently been spoken to by police after leaving several "threatening" messages for Villano III, head booker of the promotion. The cause of friction between the two is unknown, but insiders have commented that there's a lot of bad blood and that it would not be a surprise if Cibernetico was on his way out of the company soon.

Eddie Guerrero won't be working the New Japan tour in July, because his wife is scheduled to be giving birth around that time.

Al Snow is one of the most underrated wrestlers in the business, and is delivering great promos and matches in Smokey Mountain Wrestling together with Unabomb as the tag team The Dynamic Duo, while people with far less talent get big pushes in WWF and WCW.

Wrestling legend Bob Backlund is doing a gimmick in NWA New England claiming he is running for President and cut a promo about it, full of big, confusing words and getting several historical dates wrong.

The Grand Wizard, Antonio Rocca, Fabulous Moolah, Ivan Putski, George Steele, Pedro Morales, and Ernie Ladd will be inducted into the WWF Hall of Fame next month.

In a short statement released last night, 66 year old Lord Alfred Hayes announced his decision to leave the business. He cited his age, and commented that now was a good time to retire so that he could enjoy some peace and quiet away from the public glare of the pro wrestling industry.

New pictures have emerged showing that "Ravishing" Rick Rude has been working extremely hard in the gym. Boasting an incredible ripped new physique, the 37 year old is said to be sure that his increased muscularity will have a positive impace on his career. Rick Rude is currently one of the biggest free agent in between the "Big Two" (World Wrestling Federation and World Championship Wrestling). Rumours has it that Rude that is currently working a program in NWA Smokey Mountain Wrestling with "The Nature Boy" Buddy Landel is on the shortlists of WWF, All Japan and New Japan.

The Crusher is to say farewell to the wrestling industry soon. The 68 year old officially announced that he plans to retire from the industry soon.

The Road Warriors title victory! The IWGP World Tag Team titles changed hands at the NJPW My Enemy Tour, as The Road Warriors (Hawk and Animal) became the new champions, ending the reign of Morning Express (Akitoshi Saito and Kuniaki Kobayashi) after five title defences.

Matt Borne ended weeks of rumours last night, as a press release on the ECW website revealed that he had signed a contract with them. It is rumoured that he will debut as "Borne Again" a character that is having a mental breakdown after his time in the WWF as a clown and not getting taken seriously in ECW. He will became ‘Borne Again" a wrestler suffering from a split personality with one half of his face painted in Doink makeup, while the other half is his real face. When Borne Again defeats an opponent, he will dress up that wrestler as his previous "Doink The Clown" persona.

ECW completed the signing of veteran Tom "The Z-Man" Zenk, as the Cult-size promotion continue to bolster their roster.

Pierroth Jr. Began his second reign as CMLL World Middleweight champion, when he took the title away from Brazo de Oro at the latest episode of CMLL Super Viernes.

After a intense bidding war between AJPW and NJPW, All Japan "figurehead" Mitsuharu Misawa announced that he had signed an extension with All Japan, keeping him with the promotion long-term. Losing their Ace would have been a major blow to AJPW.

Ed Leslie began his second reign as XWF Heavyweight champion, when he took the title away from Nasty Boy Jerry Sags at a XWF House Show.

The Iron Sheik will retire and finally making the switch from active competitor to member of staff. It is currently unknown what role he will be taking, or with whom.
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Default WCW Worldwide - [Friday / Week 4 /May / 1995]



"The world's most exciting TV Show"


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





"The Professor" Mike Tenay, Sonny Onoo and Chris Cruise open the show telling us that WCW Worldwide promotes a no-limits environment where the best wrestlers from around the World can showcase their athletic talents.








Cruiserweight Match



Kid Flash vs. Damian 666

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, Kid Flash defeated Damian 666 in 7:03 by pinfall with a Shooting Star Press.

Rating: 60 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+


Handicap Match



Vladimir Koloff w/ Nikita Koloff vs. Larry McMahan, Chuck Williams & Fred Avery

At 6' 4" and 290 lbs, Vladimir Koloff hailed as "The Russian Beast" is a physical marvel. An imposing, immovable, hulking Russian muscle mountain.

Vladimir Koloff is displaying his incredible power by destroying not one, not two, but three men at once!

"The Russian Beast" is beating the jobbers to a pulp.

In a squash match, Vladimir Koloff defeated Larry McMahan, Chuck Williams and Fred Avery in a Handicap match in 4:32 when Vladimir Koloff defeated Fred Avery by pinfall with a Russian Neckbreaker.

Rating: 53 C-



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Highlight Video on Frank Andersson



A highlight video is shown to promote Frank Andersson. Clips of Frank Andersson’s amateur Greco-Roman wrestling career. In 1977, 1979 and 1982 he won the Gold Medal in the 90 kg division. He also took the Silver Medal in 1978 and 1981, The pinnacle of his amateur wrestling career came in 1984 at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles where won a bronze medal in the 90 kg weight division.

Clips of Frank Andersson training with Brad Rheingans, and later training in the WCW Power Plant.

Clips of Frank Andersson wrestling for New Japan Pro Wrestling.


Rating: 52 C-




Frank Andersson vs. Manny Fernandez

This was all about wrestling Takedowns, Suplexes and Leg Trips. In a technical bout, Swedish amateur wrestling legend and multiple World champion Frank Andersson defeated the fierce and stiff brawler Manny Fernandez in 4:54 by submission with an Armbar.

Rating: 66 C+



Robbie V vs. The Great Muta



In a bout that had good wrestling, flashy martial arts moves and a good reaction from the crowd, The Great Muta defeated Jean-Claude Van Damme-lookalike Robbie V in 6:12 by pinfall with a Shining Wizard.

Rating: 73 B-



Six-Man Tag Team Match for the WCW World Six-Man Tag Team Titles



The Steiner Brothers & Jim Duggan vs. The Stud Stable © w/ Col. Parker

In a bout that had superb wrestling and good heat, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan and The Steiner Brothers fought The Stud Stable (Steve Williams, Terry Gordy and Kurasawa) to a non-contest in 10:01 when the referee lost control and stopped the match, after we had Meng run in and starting brawling with Jim Duggan.

Rating: 76 B-



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Post-Match Brawl



The showdown between The Steiners Brothers, Jim Duggan and The Stud Stable descended into a wild chaotic arena-wide brawl.

Brutal powerbombs, stiff lariats, and tons of chairshots ensured that all men left the battle feeling like they'd been hit by trucks.






The Koloff Cousins ran out to make the save and to even the odds.



The workers has to be pulled apart by a number of officials and other wrestlers before they kill each other.

Rating: 89 A
The Reign of Terror continues...



Show Rating 71 C+
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Default WCW Saturday Night - [Saturday / Week 4 /May / 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 16,035 people at Champaign Assembly Hall in Champaign, Illinois









Tony Schiavone, Bobby "The Brain" Heenan and Eric Bischoff open the show telling us that tonight’s Main Event will feature a surprise match that you don't want to miss.



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



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Recap Of Slamboree



Highlights of The Warrior winning the BattleBowl which gives him a shot at the World title at The Great American Bash

Highlights of Roddy Piper vs. Ric Flair

Highlights of Randy Savage vs. Vader

Highlights of what happened between Randy Savage and The Four Horsemen. Angelo Poffo and Lanny Poffo was attacked by The Four Horsemen


Rating: 100 A*


The announcers are discussing the attack on Angelo Poffo and Lanny Poffo. Poor Lanny is paralyzed and could spend the rest of his days in a wheelchair. This could be the end of Lanny's wrestling career...





For the Cruiserweight match we had Mikey Tenay and Chris Cruise replacing Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan at the broadcast booth.



Cruiserweight Battle Royal [Winner gets an title shot at The Great American Bash]




Dean Malenko vs. Eddie Guerrero vs. Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Mr. JL vs. Psychosis vs. Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Sabu vs. Super Liger vs. Ultimo Dragon vs. Wild Pegasus

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, newcomer Sabu won a intense Cruiserweight Battle Royal in 15:15. The other members of the 'final four' were Rey Mysterio Jr., Ultimo Dragon and Dean Malenko, with Rey Mysterio Jr. being the final elimination. Dean Malenko got the most eliminations over the course of the match.

Rating: 73 B-



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Cruiserweight Division Vignette



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

Rating: 69 C+


"Mean" Gene Okerlund is promoting a WCW Hotline story on wrestling legends The Sheepherders that could sign with WCW...



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A Statement from the Commissioner



Commissioner Nick Bockwinkel makes the announcement that there will be a Slim Jim Challenge tonight on WCW Saturday Night and the winner of the tournament will meet WCW United States Champion Ric Flair and Randy Savage in a Triple Threat Match at the The Great American Bash pay per view in June.

Rating: 100 A*


Slim Jim Challenge Tournament Semi Final



Jim Duggan vs. Bam Bam Bigelow w/ Col. Parker

The two powerhouses get into a random fist fight at the start and the crowd gets jacked for it!

It's entertaining no-nonsense, take-no-prisoners brawl.

Colonel Parker tries to interfere, but "Hacksaw" beats him up.

The fans love it and the "KFC!" chants are extremely loud.


While Duggan is busy dishing it out to Colonel Parker, "The Beast from the East" Bam Bam attacks from behind and unleash hell on Duggan.

In an exceptional brawl, Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Jim Duggan in a Slim Jim Challenge Semi Final match in 7:41 by pinfall with a Greeting From Asbury Park after Col. Robert Parker interfered.

After the match, Duggan grabbed his 2x4 and cleared the ring.

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

Rating: 75 B-







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Interview w/ The Four Horsemen



Tony Schiavone interviews The Four Horsemen about The Great American Bash and tonights match against undefeated German prodigy Alex Wright.

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 brags that The Four Horseman party like rock stars; have spent a fortune; have made a fortune and looks and acts like total pimps.

The Four Horsemen is living the jet set lifestyle riding limousines, flying jets, gambling in Vegas and partying with the hottest chicks.

No one can be as cool and as badass as The Four Horseman. They talked the talk; walked the walk kicked everyone ass; and got all the women.


"The Nature Boy" Ric Flair shares some comments about the Great American Bash. He says he was at the first one and he will be at the last one. Flair tells Randy Savage that he came into his domain and tried to impose his will on "The Great One".

He will see Savage at the Great American Bash.

"To be the man! Woooo!, you gotta beat the man! Woooo!"

Rating: 100 A*


Slim Jim Challenge Tournament Semi Final



Sting vs. Steve Austin w/ Jeannie

In an unbelievable match, Sting defeated "Superstar" Steve Austin in a Slim Jim Challenge Semi Final match in 15:38 by submission with a Scorpion Deathlock after botched interference by Curt Hennig and Roddy Piper.

Steve Austin is accidentally hit by Curt Hennig as Roddy Piper interferes and helps Sting.





After the match we have intense staredown between Roddy Piper and Steve Austin.

Rating: 92 A







Tony Schiavone is promoting a WCW Hotline story on three major WWF stars who were headed to WCW...



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The Great American Bash Control Center



A Battle Of Heroic Proportions!

The Great American Bash Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.



After a break, we're with Gene Okerlund



“Mean Gene” interviews The Warrior, about The Great American Bash.

The Warrior believes that Vader isn't going to be able to handle The Warrior!

"For the Power of The Warrioooor will always prevail!"

"Onward into glory"

"Into battle"

"Sign of The Warrior"

"Be my guide"

"Standing proud"

"In victory"



Mean Gene runs down the card again.



Gene hypes up the main event that will see WCW World Heavyweight Champion Vader compete against Randy Savage.


"Mean" Gene talk about the upcoming The Great American Bash Pay-Per-View and makes the announcement that the following matches will take place at The Great American Bash:

Cruiserweight Match for the WCW Cruiserweight Title
Alex Wright vs. Sabu

Triple Threat Match for the WCW United States Title
Randy Savage vs. Ric Flair vs. Slim Jim Winner

Singles Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Title
The Warrior vs. Vader

Rating: 100 A*


Non Title Match



Alex Wright vs. Ric Flair w/ Elizabeth

"Das Wunderkind" Alex Wright is chopped by "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair in the corner, but he knocks Flair off his feet with an Uppercut. Flair returns and trades blows with Wrigh. Wright Backdrops Flair and Monkey Flips Flair out of the corner!

Flair stomps away on Wright in the corner. Wright flips out of the corner and Dropkicks Flair a couple of times sending Flair to the floor. Flair returns to the ring, but Wright continues to have control after hitting a Backdrop. Wright leaps off the top to hit a Missile Dropkick! Wright looks to Backslide Flair and gets a two count.

"Time to go to school!"

"Woooo!"

Ric Flair deliver his manly, rubbery strut and then stomps away on Alex Wright!

They both go down after they collide. Flair heads to the top rope, but Wright cuts him off and Slams Flair off the top down to the canvas! Wright sends Flair to the floor and Dropkicks Flair on the floor. Flair pokes Wright in the eyes and returns to the ring. Wright attempted a Sunset Flip, but Flair prevented himself from going down with a right hand. Wright drops Flair with a Kick to the head and has a Single Leg Boston Crab locked in, but Flair gets hold of the rope! Wright gets a two count after a Spinning Heel Kick.



Wright hits a top rope Crossbody and he has Flair covered,



One, Two!





"Macho Man" Randy Savage wants to get his hands on Flair!

Savage hits the ring, tears Alex Wright off, throws him to the floor and starts beating the shit out of Ric Flair.

Ref calls it!

In a bout that had superb wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Ric Flair defeated Alex Wright in 12:24 when Alex Wright was disqualified when Randy Savage ran in and attacked Ric Flair.

Rating: 75 B-



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Post-Match Brawl



Post-match, the intense and fearless "Macho Man" Randy Savage is absolutely mauling "The Dirtiest Player in the Game" Ric Flair.

Arn Anderson, Curt Hennig and Steve Austin storms the ring and Savage is destroying them with a steel chair!

Jobbers come bolting out with security to attempt to restrain Savage, but he's gone right back to Flair and is all over him.





Several wrestlers (including Sting, Roddy Piper and Jim Duggan) and officials come out to prevent Savage from getting at Flair.

Arn gets around the other side and pulls Flair to safety and drags him to the back, as Savage is being restrained like a man possessed back in the ring.


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Interview w/ Randy Savage and Alex Wright



Tony Schiavone conducted an interview with Randy Savage and Alex Wright. Savage tells Wright tonight was not his night, because he is going take out Ric Flair. Savage tells Wright that he messed with his father and paralyzed his brother. He says Wright's got alot of days in the sun left and he is a German phenom that's taken WCW by storm, but today wasn't his day, because priority No 1 for the Macho Man is take Ric Flair out. He's going crazy about what happened at Slamboree.

He says he understands Wright is a second generation wrestler, his dad was big in Germany, and Wright nods his head. Savage says what happened to his dad could have happened to Wright's dad or anybody else's dad, but it didn't, it happened to his, and it's up to him to be a man and take care of it, and if Wright can't understand that, then they do have a problem. He apologizes for ruining his match, but this was what came first for the Macho Man.

Wright understand why Savage screwed him over. He says he's disappointed, but he understands and he would have done the same thing.

Savage says he wishes all the luck in the World to the German sensation Alex Wright.

Savage then goes crazy and vows that Ric Flair won't even make it out of The Great American Bash in one piece, because...


"It's time to take the Nature Boy out, Ohhhhh yeahhhh!"

Rating: 95 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...




Major heat for The Stud Stable member Bam Bam Bigelow...





Huge pop for The Stinger...



Slim Jim Challenge Tournament Final



Sting vs. Bam Bam Bigelow w/ Col. Parker

Crowd's hot and the match has a ton of energy and drama!

"The Franchise of WCW" Sting is ridiculously fast and agile for a guy his size and he is strong enough to slam super heavyweights such as Vader.

The 400 pounds "The Beast from the East" is one of the most agile "big men" in professional wrestling history, he has featured as a main event attraction in virtually every major wrestling promotion in the world.

In an unbelievable match, Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Sting in a Slim Jim Challenge Final match in 15:46 by count out when The Stinger was distracted by Meng.





"The Face of Terror" Meng gets in Sting’s face but they don’t trade blows. The ref broke it up the best he could, but they had a super intense staredown.

Rating: 92 A



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



The announcers are discussing the Triple Threat Match that will take care between Ric Flair, Randy Savage and Bam Bam Bigelow at The Great American Bash...




Quote:
The Warrior vs. Vader Hype Video



A video promoting the feud between The Warrior and Vader is aired.

The Warrior will go head to head with champion Vader at The Great American Bash.

Two superstars in the same ring with the WCW World Heavyweight title on the line.

The Warrior is a insanely ripped, snarling, facepainted maniac with neon tassels on his biceps known for his berserker rage attacks.

The "Rocky Mountain Horror" is one of the most physical, stiff and intimidating workers in the World. A top draw wherever he has been, Vader has dominated in Japan, Europe, Mexico and the United States. He is one of the greatest big men in wrestling history and despite weighing around 450lbs, he is known to pull off Moonsaults. He is also known for his relentless string of squash matches where he leaves masses of obliterated jobber carnage.

Nikita Koloff, Ron Simmons, Sting, Cactus Jack, Ray Traylor, Hulk Hogan and Joe Thurman all suffered legit injuries at the hands of the "Rocky Mountain Horror".

Can The Warrior survive Vader's Pain Game?

Can Vader survive The Warrior's berzerk mode?

Rating: 100 A*


The Reign of Terror continues...




Show Rating 91 A
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