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The American Males and The Nasty Boys vs. Buckhouse Buck, Dick Slater and Harlem Heat
Comments: They are headed to a match with Regal and Eaton

Alex Wright vs. Arn Anderson
Comments: Nice bout, Arn with a confident win

Lex Luger & “Macho Man” Randy Savage vs. The Dungeon of Doom
Comments: Prolly a DQ finish when other DOD guys attack them after the match

Bonus questions:
Who represents the Dungeon of Doom? The Giant and The Taskmaster


WWF Monday Night Raw:

Razor Ramon vs King Mabel
Comments: I mean I know who Mabel is, but I didn't know how high his stock was at the moment

1-2-3 Kidd vs The British Bulldog
Comments: Powerslam for the 1-2-3

For the WWF World Tag Team Championships:
Owen Hart & Yokozuna © vs Diesel & Shawn Michaels
Comments: Like Warhawks' prediction, will copy him
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The American Males and The Nasty Boys vs. Buckhouse Buck, Dick Slater and Harlem Heat
Comments: The Blue Bloods run interference on the Nasty's while Harlem Heat destroy the pretty boys

Alex Wright vs. Arn Anderson
Comments: Wright is a decent hand to have around, can win when he needs to and lose when you need him to....he's losing here

Lex Luger & “Macho Man” Randy Savage vs. The Dungeon of Doom
Comments: I'm tempted to pick the DoD after Savage and Luger fail to play nice together, but let's go with a DQ win when the rest of the Dungeon attack

Bonus questions:
Who represents the Dungeon of Doom? The Zodiac and The Shark


WWF Monday Night Raw:

Razor Ramon vs King Mabel
Comments: The Main Event Mabel experiment had pretty much run its course by now, I don't see the King beating the Bad Guy here

1-2-3 Kidd vs The British Bulldog
Comments: The Bulldog has too much bite for the Kid

For the WWF World Tag Team Championships:
Owen Hart & Yokozuna © vs Diesel & Shawn Michaels
Comments: Was this the real deal, Shawn and Diesel would no doubt persuade the Vin Man to put the belts on them.....and then they'd vacate them so they didn't have to lose to anyone to drop them.....they're gonna win here too, but I don't see them taking the gold. DQ or Countout.
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Week 3, September 1995
Nitro results in Blue, Raw Results in Red
Results, Matches, Angles

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Q1: THE ANNOUNCE TEAM’S USUAL INTRODUCTION IS CUT SHORT by the loud voice of COL. PARKER standing the ring. Parker is all smiles as he introduces SENSUOUS SHERRI (with HARLEM HEAT, of course). The Colonel stammers his way through a speech dedicated to his beloved Sherri, then reaches into his coat pocket - as the NASTY BOYS make their entrance. Parker is heated that his moment was ruined! - C l MATCH 1: The American Males and The Nasty Boys defeat Buckhouse Buck, Dick Slater, and Harlem Heat when Marcus Bagwell pinned Buck via flash pinfall. Tag team implications run wild! Everyone in this match want to wear the tag gold around their waist, especially the Heat and Parker’s boys, who battle at Fall Brawl. The tension was evident when Stevie and Buck got in a shouting match, allowing upstart MARCUS BAGWELL to roll-up Buck from behind for the upset victory! - C


Q1: DOK HENDRIX AND WWF COMMISSIONER GORILLA MONSOON STAND IN THE RING, to kick off Raw, as the music of BIG DADDY COOL hits! Diesel comes in the ring, and Gorilla Monsoon makes an announcement regarding In Your House - the main event will be a six man tag - CAMP CORNETTE vs Diesel, SHAWN MICHAELS & RAZOR RAMON! Whoever gets the pin gets a shot, but if Diesel gets the pin, a tournament will be held to crown a new contender! Diesel is excited to get his hands on Camp Cornette, and Gorilla makes it better by sweetening the deal - tonight Diesel and Shawn fight for the tag titles! Camp Cornette rush out from backstage to protest, but Gorilla ain’t having it! - B l THE GRAINY FOOTAGE from last week’s Raw re-airs, and the message is the same! You will remember the name - GOLDUST! - B
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Q2: WE GO BACKSTAGE TO HULK HOGAN’S LOCKER ROOM, where MEAN GENE is standing by with the Hulkster, MACHO MAN and STING! Hulk says he was excited to see what Lex had to offer, dude, but where is he? Macho Man is equally suspicious, accusing Lex of trying to sabotage them from the other side, yeah! Sting trusts everyone - Lex is on their side, and he’ll be ready to go tonight! - B l WE CUT TO THE ANNOUNCE DESK, where EASY E, BRAIN and MONGO tell us this show is better than the competition! DDP interrupts them, saying that JOHNNY B. BADD is talking too much about his DOLL, and he wants him at Fall Brawl! - C+


Q2: MATCH 1: In an extremely short match, King Mabel defeated Savio Vega in 5:22 by pinfall. RAZOR faced a tough challenge in KING MABEL heading into In Your House. King Mabel is able to beat down Razor throughout the match, despite Razor’s best attempt to take down the giant. But, when Mabel looked to finished Razor off, the gong struck! Mabel and SIR MO ran from the ring in fear, letting Razor shrug his shoulders a way to a count-out victory - C l IT’S TIME FOR THE KING’S COURT! LAWLER calls out the honorable pirate JEAN PIERRE LAFFITTE to the ring. Lawler asks an in depth question, only for JPL to shout more in french. The King comically translates for him, before taking the stolen glasses, and allowing JPL to stomp and crush them! Bret comes out for a face to face confrontation, and gets the better of JPL for a bit, knocking him down! King tries to sneak in a shot, but when Bret tries to get a running lawler, ISAAC YANKEM lays him out! A laughing King is pleased with his work, leading a beatdown on Bret! - B
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Q3: MATCH 2: Arn Anderson defeated Alex Wright in 7:48 via pinfall after a Spinebuster. The rough and tough ARN ANDERSON was able to match the athleticism and energy of the young german ALEX WRIGHT, but something was off this match, leading it be a bit of a disappointment. Arn planted the prospect with his patented Spinebuster for the victory. - C l POST MATCH, A hot RIC FLAIR charges down the ramp and gets right in the face of Arn Anderson, as the two get in a shouting match, but never exchange blows. Flair gets a microphone and makes the challenge official: they settle this at Fall Brawl! Arn accepts! - B l RIGHT BEFORE A COMMERCIAL BREAK, ROAD WARRIOR HAWK gets fired up, promising to take the TV title from KURASAWA at Fall Brawl! - C+


Q3: IT’S ANOTHER SPLIT SCREEN INTERVIEW with the MILLION DOLLAR CORPORATION, as Ted and Sid take the opportunity to complain about not getting another shot at the IC belt. BAM BAM BIGELOW charges into the shot - saying if they want a match at In Your House - they’ve got one! Bam Bam vs Sid! B- l MATCH 2: The British Bulldog defeated The 123 Kid in 6:13 after a Running Powerslam. Razor’s not the only one getting a test prior to In Your House, as BULLDOG gets a match with Razor’s sometime friend, sometime rival 1-2-3 KID. Something was off with the Kid today, so there’s wasn’t enough to defeat the stronger Bulldog. - B-
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Q4: MAIN EVENT: Randy Savage and Lex Luger defeated Meng and The Shark in 9:52 when Lex Luger defeated The Shark by disqualification. There is a slight tease at the beginning of the match, as Macho thinks he’ll have to fight this battle alone, but then the "biddle" hits! LEX is here to fight Taskmaster’s chosen monsters - SHARK AND MENG! It’s a punch/kick affair, as Macho is can’t gain momentum against his powerhouse opponents. Finally, a hot tag to Lex makes it even for a bit - until Taskmaster runs in and clocks Luger from behind! - B- l THE DUNGEON OF DOOM STRIKE QUICK! Lex and Randy start making short work of them, until Mach accidentally knocks down Lex! Stinger runs down, but the numbers are too much! Hogan tries his hand, but the Dungeon bails. Hogan poses as the remainder of his team recovers! - B+


Q4: In a superb match, Diesel & Shawn Michaels defeated Owen Hart & Yokozuna in 14:01 when Owen Hart intentionally got disqualified while fighting Diesel. A great main event here for Monday Night Raw, as the Two Dudes with Attitude look to gain some serious momentum - and control all of the WWF’s championships - before In Your House! Owen and Shawn put most of the technical performance in this match, and Diesel and Yoko try to overpower everyone. Just when it looked like Diesel would get to pin Owen for the gold, JIM CORNETTE slid his tennis racket into the ring, and Owen used it for whack Diesel for the DQ! - B l WITH DIESEL OUT IN THE RING, Yokozuna and Owen commenced a short 2 on 1 beatdown, until HBK charged to try to stop them! He was mildly successful until The British Bulldog arrived and ruined his momentum. To help his teammates, Razor Ramon ran down, but couldn’t overcome the 3 on 1 odds. With Big Daddy Cool, The Heartbreak Kid, and The Bad Guy down, Raw sent us home with a shot of Camp Cornette standing tall! - B+
Grades: 68/C+ l 80/B
Ratings: 6.91 l 12.89
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Almost at the PPVs - it's the B-Show Round-up!

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The Dungeon of Doom got some practice in before War Games by defeating Tim Horner, Bob Starr and Men at Work - C- l Taskmaster promises the end of Hulkamania at Fall Brawl - B- l Jim Duggan made quick work of Rip Rogers - D+ l Gene interviews Jim Duggan, who promises to take care of Big Bubba the “American Way!” - C+ l Kurasawa defeated Cobra to retain the WCW Television Championship - C- l DDP needed some help from Maxx Muscle to defeat Alex Wright - C l DDP & Maxx look to continue to beat down Wright, until Johnny B. Badd makes the save! - C- l Fall Brawl Hype - Ric Flair vs Arn Anderson! - B l Disco Inferno dances his way to victory over Frankie Lancaster - D l The Nastys interrupt The Blue Bloods’ interview to warn them that they’re gonna take a trip to Nastyville! - C l Eddie Guerrero teamed with Mr. JL and pinned Ricky Santana of the Barrio Brothers - C l Brian Pillman cackles from the ramp, as Eddie challenges him to get the ring for a fight! - C+ l In Kurasawa’s lockerroom, Col. Parker is again more focused on Sherri! - C l Sting gets some needed momentum heading into War Games by beating Bobby Eaton in a great match - B l Sting is ready for War! - B

Overall Grade: B-
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WCW Main Event will air this Sunday, right before WCW Fall Brawl!
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Fatu starts the show, but he’s jumped on the ramp by Sammy and Big Matty Smalls! He’s down and out! - C- l HHH and Double J team up to beat the HOG and Bob Holly - C l Highlights on 123’s loss to Bulldog are shown, and Dean grades his performance - an F! - C l The Makeshift team of Savio Vega and Marty Jannetty showed some great chemistry against the Blu Brothers and earned the victory - C l Alundra Blayze and Bertha Faye have a face to face confrontation before their match at In Your House. - D l The Million Dollar Team of Kama and King Kong Bundy crush the Hardys - D+ l IYH Hype: a Taker/Mabel hype video is played! - C+ l The Smoking Gunns defeated the Samoan Gangsta Party after Fatu distracted Sammy the Silk! - C-

Overall Grade: C-
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We’re going home! Week 3 is in the books, and we’re at the PPVs! Comments time, everyone:

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Arn Anderson - Were this COTT, Wright would pick up the plucky underdog victory. But this is WotW, where the shine is long gone from young Alex and "Double A" is picking his bones like a hawk.
Looking back, it’s strange to see Alex Wright’s rollercoaster of a run play out as it did, but he is rather bland.

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British Bulldog - Davey seems to be in line for some big things at this moment. I don't really expect to see that lasting long, but it's nice for now.
I’m not sure how confident I’m in The Bulldog yet, but he’ll continue to have the opportunity to shine in the upcoming weeks.

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For the WWF World Tag Team Championships:
Owen Hart & Yokozuna © vs Diesel & Shawn Michaels
Comments: Was this the real deal, Shawn and Diesel would no doubt persuade the Vin Man to put the belts on them.....and then they'd vacate them so they didn't have to lose to anyone to drop them.....they're gonna win here too, but I don't see them taking the gold. DQ or Countout.
Right on the money to4sty. In a few weeks, HBK got beat up by marines too, but that’s not happening either (I hope )

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On a mobile so can’t C & P, but agree with all of these. Also this is an AWESOME diary!
Thanks for the compliment Jaded! Welcome aboard!

Time to check out those standings!

Beejus, Blodyxe - 19
to4sty - 18
TheBigBad1013, DeathZone2 -12
Rhyme1234 - 11
Warhawk8492 - 10
Kijar - 9
Crossface - 6
Jaded, RyanR93WKU - 5

Beejus and Blodyxe continue to hold on to the lead, but there’s plenty of points to be won soon! It’s the first to 50 to grab a prize!

I’ll probably post the PPVs on separate days next weekend (as long as I can get everything finished in time), and then post a backstage news post to catch everyone up on the past few weeks.

Speaking of the PPVs...

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In Your House 3: Triple Header!


6 Man Tag Team - Winner gets a Title shot!
If Diesel wins, a new number one contender will be crowned at RAW.
Diesel, Shawn Michaels, and Razor Ramon vs. Camp Cornette (Owen Hart, Yokozuna, The British Bulldog) (w/ Jim Cornette)
Comments:

“The Hitman” Bret Hart vs. Jean-Pierre Lafiette
Comments:

Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Sycho Sid (w/ Ted DiBiase)
Comments:

The Undertaker(w/ Paul Bearer) vs. King Mabel (w/Sir Mo)
Comments:

1-2-3 Kid vs. Dean Douglas
Comments:

For the Women’s Championship:
Bertha Faye (with Harvey Whippleman)(c) vs. Alundra Blayze
Comments:

Fatu and ??? vs. The Samoan Gangsta Party
Comments:

Hunter Hearst Helmsley vs. Henry O. Godwinn
Comments:

Bonus:
Match of the Night?:
Who records the pin in the Main Event?:
Who is ???:
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Fall Brawl 1995:

War Games:
Hulk Hogan, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Sting, and Lex Luger vs. The Dungeon of Doom (The Taskmaster, Meng, The Shark, ???)
Comments:

Ric Flair vs Arn Anderson
Comments:

For the WCW Television Championship:

Kurasawa(w/ Col. Parker) © vs. Road Warrior Hawk
Comments:

Eddie Guerrero vs. Brian Pillman
Comments:

“Hacksaw” Jim Duggan vs. Big Bubba Rogers
Comments:

Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Dean Malenko
Comments:

For the WCW World Tag Team Championships:
Buckhouse Buck and Dick Slater (with Col. Parker) © vs. Harlem Heat (with Sensuous Sherri)
Comments:

Johnny B. Badd vs. Diamond Dallas Page (with Maxx Muscle and the Diamond Doll)
Comments:

Bonus Questions:
Match of the Night?:
Who is ???:
How many titles change hands?:
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The Clique - While this would be a great time to lodge a pin for someone in the Camp, I just can't see the entire Clique going down in one match. We'll see who gets a title shot on Raw.
Bret Hart - Bret moves on from this feud so he can start having solid main events again.
Sid - Bigelow goes down here so that Sid keeps looking like a strong title contender.
Undertaker - End King Mabel, move on.
Dean Douglas - Shane can be so much more.
Alundra Blayze - The women's division is pretty dead, so this one really doesn't matter.
Fatu and ??? - Another one where you can end a feud that's fairly lame duck so people can move on to something else.
Hunter Hearst-Helmsley
MOTN: Six man tag
Pin: Diesel
???: Yoko is already busy, so my best guess is a young Rocky Miavia

Hulkamaniacs - HULK. MUST. POOOOOOOOSE.
Arn Anderson - The return of the Four Horsemen is one of my favorite storylines, so while I'm not figuring you're out to 100% recreate it, I look forward to seeing your take on it.
Kurasawa - I didn't see Kurasawa with the TV belt coming, but I like it a lot.
Brian Pillman - Eddie is good, but he's not "there" yet.
Jim Duggan - Common WWF style match, Duggan goes over to have a nice, fan friendly match.
Jushin Liger - Conventional wisdom probably would say Dean goes over because Jushin is probably just on loan, but Eric was really into promoting his Japan ties, so Liger goes over to look more worldly.
Harlem Heat - The titles need to elevate away from this mess. I believe it was Scott Keith who said of this time period "WCW could trot anyone out on Nitro with the Tag titles right now and pull footage from somewhere of them winning it and no one would think twice about it". #SaveUsBlueBloods
Johnny B. Badd - They won't want to make him mad.
MOTN: Flair vs. Anderson
???: Go with Zodiac to eat the finish.
Titles: 1
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6 Man Tag Team - Winner gets a Title shot!
If Diesel wins, a new number one contender will be crowned at RAW.
Diesel, Shawn Michaels, and Razor Ramon vs. Camp Cornette (Owen Hart, Yokozuna, The British Bulldog) (w/ Jim Cornette)
Comments:

“The Hitman” Bret Hart vs. Jean-Pierre Lafiette
Comments:

Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Sycho Sid (w/ Ted DiBiase)
Comments:

The Undertaker(w/ Paul Bearer) vs. King Mabel (w/Sir Mo)
Comments:

1-2-3 Kid vs. Dean Douglas
Comments:

For the Women’s Championship:
Bertha Faye (with Harvey Whippleman)(c) vs. Alundra Blayze
Comments:

Fatu and ??? vs. The Samoan Gangsta Party
Comments:

Hunter Hearst Helmsley
vs. Henry O. Godwinn
Comments:

Bonus:
Match of the Night?: Six Man Tag Main Event
Who records the pin in the Main Event?: Big Sexy
Who is ???: Jamal

Fall Brawl 1995:

War Games:
Hulk Hogan, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Sting, and Lex Luger vs. The Dungeon of Doom (The Taskmaster, Meng, The Shark, ???)
Comments:

Ric Flair vs Arn Anderson
Comments:

For the WCW Television Championship:
Kurasawa(w/ Col. Parker) © vs. Road Warrior Hawk
Comments:

Eddie Guerrero vs. Brian Pillman
Comments:

“Hacksaw” Jim Duggan vs. Big Bubba Rogers
Comments:

Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Dean Malenko
Comments:

For the WCW World Tag Team Championships:
Buckhouse Buck and Dick Slater (with Col. Parker) © vs. Harlem Heat (with Sensuous Sherri)
Comments:

Johnny B. Badd vs. Diamond Dallas Page (with Maxx Muscle and the Diamond Doll)
Comments:

Bonus Questions:
Match of the Night?: Flair/Anderson
Who is ???: Kurrgan
How many titles change hands?: Big Fat One
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6 Man Tag Team - Winner gets a Title shot!
If Diesel wins, a new number one contender will be crowned at RAW.
Diesel, Shawn Michaels, and Razor Ramon vs. Camp Cornette (Owen Hart, Yokozuna, The British Bulldog) (w/ Jim Cornette)
Comments: My upset pick

“The Hitman” Bret Hart vs. Jean-Pierre Lafiette
Comments:

Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Sycho Sid (w/ Ted DiBiase)
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The Undertaker(w/ Paul Bearer) vs. King Mabel (w/Sir Mo)
Comments:

1-2-3 Kid vs. Dean Douglas
Comments:

For the Women’s Championship:
Bertha Faye (with Harvey Whippleman)(c) vs. Alundra Blayze
Comments:

Fatu and ??? vs. The Samoan Gangsta Party
Comments:

Hunter Hearst Helmsley vs. Henry O. Godwinn
Comments:

Bonus:
Match of the Night?: Main Event
Who records the pin in the Main Event?: Davey Boy Smith
Who is ???: Rocky Miavia

War Games:
Hulk Hogan, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Sting, and Lex Luger vs. The Dungeon of Doom (The Taskmaster, Meng, The Shark, ???)
Comments:

Ric Flair vs Arn Anderson
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For the WCW Television Championship:
Kurasawa(w/ Col. Parker) © vs. Road Warrior Hawk
Comments: Kurasawa wins by cheating

Eddie Guerrero vs. Brian Pillman
Comments:

“Hacksaw” Jim Duggan vs. Big Bubba Rogers
Comments:

Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Dean Malenko
Comments:

For the WCW World Tag Team Championships:
Buckhouse Buck and Dick Slater (with Col. Parker) © vs. Harlem Heat (with Sensuous Sherri)
Comments:

Johnny B. Badd vs. Diamond Dallas Page (with Maxx Muscle and the Diamond Doll)
Comments: More long term potential

Bonus Questions:
Match of the Night?: War Games
Who is ???: Zodiac
How many titles change hands?: One
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6 Man Tag Team - Winner gets a Title shot!
If Diesel wins, a new number one contender will be crowned at RAW.
Diesel, Shawn Michaels, and Razor Ramon vs. Camp Cornette (Owen Hart, Yokozuna, The British Bulldog) (w/ Jim Cornette)
Comments: Diesel's team wins so more people would watch Raw

“The Hitman” Bret Hart vs. Jean-Pierre Lafiette
Comments: I dunno who JPL is

Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Sycho Sid (w/ Ted DiBiase)
Comments: Ted helps

The Undertaker(w/ Paul Bearer) vs. King Mabel (w/Sir Mo)
Comments: Taker losing on a pay-per-view? Nah

1-2-3 Kid vs. Dean Douglas
Comments: Give him some wins to make him a bit of a threat

For the Women’s Championship:
Bertha Faye (with Harvey Whippleman)(c) vs. Alundra Blayze
Comments: Title change

Fatu and ??? vs. The Samoan Gangsta Party
Comments:

Hunter Hearst Helmsley vs. Henry O. Godwinn
Comments:

Bonus:
Match of the Night?: Main event
Who records the pin in the Main Event?: Nash
Who is ???: I'll also go with Rocky


Fall Brawl 1995:

War Games:
Hulk Hogan, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Sting, and Lex Luger vs. The Dungeon of Doom (The Taskmaster, Meng, The Shark, ???)
Comments: Too much star power on the left side

Ric Flair vs Arn Anderson
Comments: Wooo

For the WCW Television Championship:
Kurasawa(w/ Col. Parker) © vs. Road Warrior Hawk
Comments: Hawk could be a good singles guy

Eddie Guerrero vs. Brian Pillman
Comments: Interesting mix

“Hacksaw” Jim Duggan vs. Big Bubba Rogers
Comments: Hooooooo

Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Dean Malenko
Comments: Loanie Liger is ok, but Dean-O takes this

For the WCW World Tag Team Championships:
Buckhouse Buck and Dick Slater (with Col. Parker) © vs. Harlem Heat (with Sensuous Sherri)
Comments: Sherri the x-factor

Johnny B. Badd vs. Diamond Dallas Page (with Maxx Muscle and the Diamond Doll)
Comments: I don't like Johnny B Badd

Bonus Questions:
Match of the Night?: Flair/Arn
Who is ???: The Giant
How many titles change hands?: 2
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6 Man Tag Team - Winner gets a Title shot!
If Diesel wins, a new number one contender will be crowned at RAW.
Diesel, Shawn Michaels, and Razor Ramon vs. Camp Cornette (Owen Hart, Yokozuna, The British Bulldog) (w/ Jim Cornette)
Comments: The kliq don't lay down for anyone jack.....incidentally, winner gets a title shot? On either team? If so, let's say Razor wins, that'll put the cat amongst the pigeons

“The Hitman” Bret Hart vs. Jean-Pierre Lafiette
Comments: Although if Diesel wins in the main event, then maybe Bret will be crowned the new number one contender....he deserves something worthwhile

Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Sycho Sid (w/ Ted DiBiase)
Comments: I like Bammers, but he ain't beating Sid, he's the only "credible" MDC Member

The Undertaker(w/ Paul Bearer) vs. King Mabel (w/Sir Mo)
Comments: Much like Bret, taker had some pretty crappy feuds for most of 1995.....maybe he could be the new number one contender

1-2-3 Kid vs. Dean Douglas
Comments: The Dean gimmick sucked, but Douglas is my boy

For the Women’s Championship:
Bertha Faye (with Harvey Whippleman)(c) vs. Alundra Blayze
Comments:

Fatu and ??? vs. The Samoan Gangsta Party
Comments: I forgot about this god awful mini feud.....get it over and done with and be on your way

Hunter Hearst Helmsley vs. Henry O. Godwinn
Comments: These two actually had quite the heated rivalry

Bonus:
Match of the Night?: Main Event
Who records the pin in the Main Event?: Razor Ramon
Who is ???: Hmm...I don't see Savio Vega anywhere, so let's go with him

Fall Brawl 1995:

War Games:
Hulk Hogan, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Sting, and Lex Luger vs. The Dungeon of Doom (The Taskmaster, Meng, The Shark, ???)
Comments: I know, I know, I'm probably way off....and I don't know if Hogan would even agree....BUT, I see maybe Luger actually being the squiggles and turning on his team

Ric Flair vs Arn Anderson
Comments: Arn has to win, to prove he was something more than just Flairs Enforcer....then we can get back to reuniting the Horsemen please

For the WCW Television Championship:
Kurasawa(w/ Col. Parker) © vs. Road Warrior Hawk
Comments: I don't know here, could go either way, but I find any Road Warrior wrestling solo to be quite unnerving, it just doesn't feel right

Eddie Guerrero vs. Brian Pillman
Comments: I don't know if Pillman will play a part in the Flair/Anderson match as he did IRL, but he is certainly the bigger name than Guerrero right now

“Hacksaw” Jim Duggan vs. Big Bubba Rogers
Comments: I've said it before and I'll say it again, I can't stand Hacksaw

Jushin Thunder Liger vs. Dean Malenko
Comments:

For the WCW World Tag Team Championships:
Buckhouse Buck and Dick Slater (with Col. Parker) © vs. Harlem Heat (with Sensuous Sherri)
Comments:

Johnny B. Badd vs. Diamond Dallas Page (with Maxx Muscle and the Diamond Doll)
Comments: DDP was a way away from being what he would be here...Badd was the bigger star at this point

Bonus Questions:
Match of the Night?: Flair/Anderson
Who is ???: Probably Kamala or someone of that ilk.....but I'm still going for Lex Luger
How many titles change hands?: Just the one
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WWF IN YOUR HOUSE 3 - TRIPLE HEADER
Saturday, Week 3, September 1995

RINGSIDE:
VINCE MCMAHON and JIM ROSS welcome us to the third edition of In Your House - Triple Header! JR comments that THE KING must have missed his flight in Memphis, while Vince hypes tonight’s main event that has huge consequences! Let’s start the show!
Grade: B-

Match 1: In a poor match, Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Henry O. Godwinn in 6:53 by pinfall with a Pedigree.
It’s a clash of styles! HUNTER HEARST HELSMLEY has argued that his manner of living is far superior to the hillbilly HENRY O. GODWINN, causing the HOG to reserve a bucket of slop for the posh superstar. Helmsley was able to prove his words in the opening minutes, working over the HOG. But, Godwinn was able to bounce back thanks to the crowd’s support, before pointing to the bucket of slop! As the HOG started to leave the ring and grab the bucket, HHH took advantage, knocking him over with a chop block and hitting The Pedigree for the victory.
Grade: C-

BACKSTAGE:
We get a quick backstage segment as TED DIBIASE is seen standing alongside SYCHO SID. The Million Dollar Man says that BAM BAM BIGELOW can't afford to make any mistakes tonight, or Sid will make him pay!
Grade: B

RINGSIDE:
THE SAMOAN GANGSTA PARTY make their entrance, talking trash to the audience about what they’ll do to FATU! Fatu doesn’t seem to mind, taking the time to shake hands with the audience, before pointing to the ramp for his tag team partner…



It’s AHMED JOHNSON!
Grade: D+

Match 2: In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, Fatu and Ahmed Johnson defeated The Samoan Gangsters in 5:53 when Ahmed Johnson defeated Big Matty Smalls by pinfall with a Pearl River Plunge.

The crowd wasn’t into this one particularly, as it served mostly as an enhancement match for both Fatu and Ahmed. Fatu was off his game working up to the hot tag to Ahmed, who cleaned house and got the pinfall after a Pearl River Plunge.
Grade: C-


BACKSTAGE:

DOC HENDRIX is backstage with JIM CORNETTE right outside of Camp Cornette's locker room. Dok wants Jim's thoughts on the main event, and, of course, he's happy to give it to him. He trashes the idea that Bulldog didn't get an outright title shot, and accuses GORILLA MONSOON of conspiring against Camp Cornette! Jim assures us that none of his gimmicks could tear the camp apart! But, as Jim gives his last thoughts, we can suspiciously hear shouting in the locker room - is Cornette telling the truth?
Grade: B

Match 3: In a terrible match, Alundra Blayze defeated Bertha Faye in 7:28 by pinfall with a German Suplex. Alundra Blayze wins the WWF Women's Championship title.
In a feud that has received a mild amount of build-up during the past few weeks of superstars, the glutinous BERTHA FAYE looked to squash out ALUNDRA BLAYZE's title dreams. However, Blayze was able to put a stop to it with a huge German duplex to regain the Women’s championship.
Grade: D+

RINGSIDE:
Dok rushes down to greet the celebrating Alundra to interview her just moments after winning the gold. Alundra thanks the fans for their support and promises to fight anyone who wants a shot at the gold!
Grade: C-

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Remember the name…


GOOD OL’ JR steps away from the announce desk and enters the ring to introduce his guest at this time - and the second debut of the night - GOLDUST! A slight pause hits the arena, before the music hits…



And out slinks Goldust! Goldust is fitted in a blonde wig and gold suit, dressed to the nines for his debut! But, he’s not alone, as a women smoking a cigar follows closely behind. Goldust enters the ring as the spotlight follows him, before making his way towards Jim Ross standing in the ring.

Jim Ross welcomes Goldust to the World Wrestling Federation, and says that Goldust has repeated to inform the World Wrestling Federation that they will remember his name - JR asks what exactly he means by that?

Goldust breathes in deep, clutching his chest tightly, before explaining that some wrestlers in the WWF desire fame and fortune, but he was born in it! The days of Bogart, Monroe, and Sinatra have gone by, but Goldust still remains and, if the boys in the WWF play along, he can share his fame with the world!

Goldust pauses and breathes deep again, inching closer to the microphone - and JR -, as the mysterious woman blows out a ball of smoke…

“And they will all remember the name… Goldust!”

With that, Goldust and his guest leave the ring to sit in a director’s chair at ringside, as it appears the pair will watch the next match in person…
Grade: C
Match 4: In a decent match, 1-2-3 Kid defeated Dean Douglas in 8:51 by pinfall following a distraction from Goldust.
As Goldust lounges at ringside, DEAN DOUGLAS looks to prove that 1-2-3 KID is a failure, and the Kid wants to prove him wrong! Dean is able to show off his superior technical ability, but the tenacity of Kid keeps him in the match. The finish sees an arrogant Dean lecture the audience - and Goldust at ringside - allowing 1-2-3 to pin him with a flash pinfall!
Grade: C+

RINGSIDE:
An irate Douglas quickly recovers to give a quick beatdown to the Kid, getting ready to hit him with a fisherman suplex, before Goldust rushed in the ring to make the save! Dean bailed, warning The Bizzare One to stay out of his way, as Goldust cradled the Kid in the ring! As he recovers, he realizes that he’s in Goldust’s arms, leading him to back away with his fists up! Goldust poses and hisses at the Kid, leading to a confusing end to the segment.
Grade: C+

ON THE TRON:

We get a quick recap of KING MABEL’s rise in the WWF - his victory of the King of the Ring tournament, challenging Diesel for the WWF Championship, and his victory over THE UNDERTAKER! He put Undertaker on the shelf - but now The Deadman wants his revenge!
Grade: B-

Match 5: In a good match, The Undertaker defeated King Mabel in 8:17 when King Mabel intentionally got disqualified.
Obviously, these men can’t wow the crowd with their techinical ability, or through aerial maneuvers, or through their in-ring psychology, so these men went out to brawl! Undertaker played the aggressor, and Mabel struggled to keep up! The referee had trouble keeping control of this one, and a frustrated Mabel to use his scepter to knock out the Undertaker! A DQ!
Grade: B-

IN THE RING:

Mabel continues to lay it on, hitting a splash on Undertaker, before leaving the ring satisfied. However, as he turns around on the ramp to admire his work… The Undertaker sits up! Mabel is terrified and runs to the back, as Taker poses in the ring!
Grade: B+

Match 6: In a decent match, Sycho Sid defeated Bam Bam Bigelow in 9:55 by pinfall with a Powerbomb.
You guys like big guys fighting! Well good! The Sycho doesn’t seem too pleased that BAM BAM has decided to put his nose in Corporation business, but Bam Bam doesn’t seem to care! He came here for a fight, and he brings it! Ted and the Sycho look to slow down Bam Bam, taking breaks out of the ring to derail Bam Bam’s momentum. Ted ends up playing a big role this match, distracting Bam Bam as he attempts a moonsault, allowing Sid to recover and nail a top-rope assisted powerbomb for the victory.
Grade: B-

BACKSTAGE:
Dok catches up with a sunglasses-less BRET HART backstage for a quick interview before his match. Bret promises to teach the thief a lesson and prove he is the best there was, the best there is, and the best there ever will be!
Grade: C+

Match 7: In a decent match, Bret Hart defeated Jean-Pierre Laffite in 11:03 by submission with a Sharpshooter.
It's a strange feud, but Bret has found an enemy in the criminal JEAN-PIERRE LAFFITE, who has found new ways to annoy The Hitman without really explaining himself. Some could consider Jean-Pierre’s style as borderline reckless, but the angry French pirate that he could overpower Bret, at least for a little bit. The surprisingly strong and agile JPL thought he had the match in the bag as he ascended to the top rope for Le Cannonball, but Bret was able to roll out of the way. With his opponent dazed on the mat, Bret locked in the sharpshooter for the submission victory.
Grade: B

IN THE RING:
Bret has little time to celebrate as ISAAC YANKEM, DDS strikes again! Yankem nails him with a huge lariat to knock out the Hitman! Yankem picks up Bret and drops him with a DDT to leave him laying.
Grade: B+

RINGSIDE:
It’s time for the main event! Despite arguing earlier, Camp Cornette enters as a team, their tensions becoming focused on their opponents, not each other. RAZOR, SHAWN and DIESEL enter individually to loud pops, as the crowd is ready for the main!
Grade: B


Quote:
THE MAIN EVENT


NO TITLES on the line in this contest, but huge title implications as five men aimed to get a World Heavyweight title shot - and Big Daddy Cool looked to keep them all away.

Camp Cornette seemed to be the more formidable unit in this contest, as the were able to isolate HBK from his tag partners after an initial run of dominance from both Razor and Big Daddy Cool. This is in no way made Shawn a sitting duck, as he managed to roll away from a Bonzei Drop from the giant Yokozuna, setting the hot tag - and that’s when things got messy.

Hot tags to Bulldog and Razor respectively, and, after gaining some momentum, Razor is able to nail a Fallaway Slam to try to pin Bulldog - until Owen is able to break it up. Owen tries to lay more a beating on Razor, but he’s swiftly nailed with some Sweet Chin Music to knock him on his back. HBK mocks Owen a bit, allowing the huge Yokozuna to crush HBK, sending him over the top to the outside.

Big Daddy Cool is the next one in, clotheslining Yoko enough to knock the giant man out of the ring. A recovering Bulldog sees his chance to make more of an impression on Diesel, attacking him from behind, in an attempt to hit him with Running Powerslam. However, with Razor’s support, Diesel is able to slip out and nail a huge Jackknife powerbomb on Bulldog!

Diesel is pumped to get a measure of revenge against the turncoat Bulldog, but he allows the legal man Razor Ramon to be an opportunist - and pin Bulldog 1-2-3.

In a bout that had great wrestling and good heat, Razor Ramon and Diesel & Shawn Michaels defeated Camp Cornette (Owen Hart, Yokozuna and The British Bulldog) in 16:59 when Razor Ramon defeated Owen Hart by pinfall with a Fallaway Slam.
Grade: B+


The crowd is excited that “The Bad Guy” scored the pinfall victory, even if it took a bit for him to even realize that he’s the new number one contender. Diesel looks a bit upset, knowing that Razor didn’t truly earn that pinfall victory. Corny’s throwing a fit at ringside - his team was robbed! The Heartbreak Kid is able to ease the tensions - making peace between Razor and Diesel to send the fans home happy!
Grade: B+
GRADE: 78/B
BUY RATE: .89
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WCW FALL BRAWL
Sunday, Week 3, September 1995

RINGSIDE:
Our announcers for tonight, TONY SCHIAVONE and BOBBY "THE BRAIN" HEENAN, hype tonight’s show! Brain says he’s got his eyes on the most dangerous match in wrestling - War Games! Tony struggles a bit when explaining that the Zodiac has “lost his way” in the Dungeon, and now no one knows who will be the last man in the match!
Grade: B+

MATCH 1: In a decent match, Johnny B. Badd defeated Diamond Dallas Page in 13:10 by pinfall with a surprise roll up.

Typical of WCW, these two were asked to put on their working boots to put on a decently long opening match. DDP used a calculated approach to slow down JOHNNY B. BADD, using rest holds to try to exhaust the fiery wrestler. But, Badd was a fighter, showing off a little amatuer boxing skills and of course some impressive aerial maneuvers. The finish saw DDP beg DIAMOND DOLL to score his discus clothesline as a “10” (to which she was reluctant), allowing Johnny B. Badd to roll up DDP for the pinfall victory!
Grade: C+

POST MATCH:
Johnny B. Badd quickly runs away before MAXX MUSCLE can get his hands on him, backing up and telling the Doll that she can do better! As DDP berates her in the ring, it seems that she may be taking Mr. Badd’s words to heart!
Grade: C+

IN THE RING:
HARLEM HEAT make their way to the ring, with SHERRI at their side, looking determined heading into their tag title shot. BUNKHOUSE BUCK and DICK SLATER show an equal amount of focus, but COL. PARKER is more focused on grabbing a microphone at ringside. Heat and Parker’s boys look equally upset, as Parker continues to stumble over words when speaking to Sherri, until Buck has enough and clobbers Booker T on his back to kick off the match!
Grade: C

Match 2: Harlem Heat defeated Bunkhouse Buck & Dick Slater in 8:42 when Booker T defeated Bunkhouse Buck by pinfall with a Heat Seeker. Harlem Heat win the WCW World Tag Team Championship titles.
Booker T is one who’s asked to do most of the work in this match, as Buck, Dick and Stevie Ray are all not very good workers. Unfortunately, this match is a bit sluggish, illustrating the lack of depth in the WCW tag division. The finish sees action occur in both rings - as Buck is distracted by Parker dropping to a knee to propose to Sherri, allowing Harlem Heat to nail him with a Heat Seeker to win the tag team gold!
Grade:C

IN THE RING(S):
Parker and Sherri embrace, as Harlem Heat are handed their newly won championships. Book motions for Sherri to join them in the ring, and his eyes nearly pop out of his head when he realizes Sherri is marrying Parker!
Grade: C+

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IT IS ETCHED IN STONE...



On the deliciously cartoony Dungeon of Doom set, THE TASKMASTER paced back and forth in frustration, halting when he hears the echoing voice of THE MASTER…

“SULLIVAN, MY SON!”

Taskmaster apologizes to his Master, as he let him down by allowing THE ZODIAC to lose his way, but the Master is not angry. He explains that The Zodiac’s betrayal was etched in stone.

Instead, The Master promises to deliver the Taskmaster a greater force in the War Games match tonight, as we see a hulking figure in the shadows displayed on one of the stones in the background.

The Taskmaster laughs in glee at the sight of this figure, thanking The Master for his kindness. The Master just reminds him on his mission - destroy Hulkamania tonight!

Grade: B
Match 3: In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Dean Malenko defeated Jushin Thunder Liger in 10:58 by submission with a Texas Cloverleaf.
After that vignette, we get a solid techical performance from both DEAN MALENKO and JUSHIN LIGER, as Tony and Brain applaud the performance of both men. Tony puts over Jushin, celebrating his excellent in ring skill and charisma, advising fans to seek out his work in NJPW. Brain isn’t as impressed, putting Dean over as a scientific wrestler and cold-blooded man. Dean proves to have a painful submission finisher too, as Dean makes Liger lose with a Texas Cloverleaf.
Grade: C+

Match 4: In a decent match, Big Bubba Rogers defeated Jim Duggan in 8:13 by pinfall with a Bubba Slam.
No breaks here! We cut to from a possible sign of a future division to a flashback to the “Golden Era” of the WWF as HACKSAW JIM DUGGAN squared off against BIG BUBBA ROGERS to settle their feud over the past few weeks. These two rely on crowd involvement to tell their story, although Duggan was a tad off his game when connecting to the crowd. He probably wasn’t too happy about doing the job either, as Bubba was able to pin Jim in the ring following a Bubba Slam.
Grade: C+

BACKSTAGE:
MEAN GENE is backstage for the first time tonight, standing outside of Hulk Hogan’s locker room where STING, RANDY SAVAGE, LEX LUGER and HULK HOGAN waited for him! Sting cuts a typical great babyface promo, showcasing his excitement for the main event. Macho isn’t too excited - he still doesn’t trust Lex and let’s him know it! Lex pleads his innocent and promises to fight the good fight, but Macho isn’t buying it. Hulk takes the microphone now, shaming Lex and Macho for the tension and making an impassioned plea to work together to save Hulkamania brother! Lex and Macho seem to ease up a little bit, before Macho utters that Lex better stay of his way!
Grade: B+

Match 5: In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Brian Pillman defeated Eddie Guerrero in 11:38 by pinfall, illegally using the ropes for leverage.
BRIAN PILLMAN’s head has been growing the past few weeks, ever since his victory on the debut of Nitro. Some may say that’s been affecting his abilty to think straight, especially when he challenged the heart - and ability to win of EDDIE GUERRERO. Eddie’s been anxious to get his hands on Brian over the last few weeks, and that anxiousness only increased as Pillman used every heel tactic in the book to get underneath Guerrero’s skin. This tactic works, as, after hitting a few moves but failing to put Pillman away, Guerrero charged at Pillman in the corner, only for him to dodge and roll up Eddie near the corner - and use the ropes for leverage.
Grade: B

POST MATCH:

Brian Pillman raises his arms and victory and cackles away, knowing that he stole one from Eddie tonight. Eddie slams the mat in frustration, as his frustration and lack of patience cost him a victory tonight.
Grade: C+

Match 6: Road Warrior Hawk def Kurasawa by DQ, Kurasawa retains the WCW Television Championship.
A battle of two tough guys sees ROAD WARRIOR HAWK and KURASAWA (led by the still ecstatic Col. Parker) try to knock each other out to win this match. Hawk is able to get the better of Kurasawa, causing the desperate but distracted Parker to snap out of cloud nine and sock Hawk with a roll of quarters for the DQ decision.
Grade: B-

ON THE TURNERTRON:
We get a short recap video hyping the upcoming RIC FLAIR and ARN ANDERSON match. The video quickly recaps their history in the 4 Horsemen, to their recent struggles. Will Arn prove to Ric that he’s in his league?
Grade: B

Match 7: In a superb match, Ric Flair defeated Arn Anderson in 16:07 by submission with a Figure Four Leglock.
Flair and Anderson put on a great match (tied for MOTN), using their immense knowledge of each other’s wrestling styles to try to get an advantage over their opponent. The match gets plenty of near falls, and the two surprisingly put on a honest and fair performance, staying away from their usual heel tactics. After kicking out of the Spinebuster, much to Anderson’s frustration, Flair was able to get Arn on his back to lock in the Figure Four! Arn resisted for a few moments, before finally submitting to give Flair the win!
Grade: B

POST MATCH:
Flair’s get his arm raised in victory, and, after giving the audience a “WOOO”, Flair notices a limping Arn Anderson to his feet. Flair puts his hand out for a handshake and Arn accepts! The two friends embrace after putting on one heck of a show.
Grade: B+

ON THE TURNERTRON:
It’s time for War! Gene provides the voiceover work to preview this match, going over the rules and showing off the teams! The Main Event is now!
Grade: B+
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MAIN EVENT:



The steel cage now surrounds the two rings, as the crowd roars in anticipation! Hulk Hogan sends out Sting first to fight, and Taskmaster selects MENG! Sting is able to use his adrenaline rush to do some damage on Meng, but his momentum is stopped when Sting is locked in the Death Grip! Sting is probably kicking himself for allowing himself to get caught so quick, and needs to get bailed out by the next entrance - Lex Luger!

Lex is able to help Sting recover, knocking over Meng with a clothesline before posing for the crowd and helping Sting to his feet. The two babyfaces are able to continue to nail Meng with some big moves, but have to change focus when SHARK comes out next!

Some tornado tag team action occurs, until MACHO MAN rushes from the back! Macho is a house of fire, hitting the monsters with everything he’s got! In the middle of his sequence, Lex and Macho have a short staredown, with Macho telling Lex that that’s how it’s done, as the Taskmaster makes his way out!

Bobby and Tony are both surprised to see Taskmaster enter now, expecting him to be last. The Taskmaster proves to provide an extra sense of motivation for the Dungeon, as the three monsters are able to put down all of Hulk’s team, until Hulk Hogan makes his way out!

Focused on the Taskmaster, Hogan is fired up! Taskmaster wisely runs from Hogan, sending Meng and Shark to stop him! Hogan gets a little assist from his teammates, as he’s able to counter the two on one assault. Hogan points to Taskmaster next, as the crowd gets ready for the next entrant.



Oh.

THE GIANT makes his way to the ring, as Bobby hypes this man as the lost son of Andre The Giant, and calls him the most dangerous man in the ring! The babyfaces all have lost focus on Taskmaster, instead talking with one another about how they could possibly stop this man! They take turns charging at Giant, but he no-sells and pushes them all off!

Tony remarks that this may be it for Hulkamania, as the Dungeon have recovered and now control the match. However, the babyfaces aren’t out, as Sting is able to take care of Shark, and Macho and Lex take care of Meng! The duo still pair up to try to attack The Giant (who’s been focusing on Hogan), but in the commotion, Lex accidentally hits Macho on his back!

Macho knew this was going to happen, and gets right in the face of Lex, who pleads his innocence! Sting places peacemaker, with Hogan coming to defuse the situation too, until The Giant charges! The babyfaces know better this time, knocking the Giant back, until his arms get caught in the ropes! Like father, like son(?)!

The Taskmaster clearly is by himself now, and tries to get out of there, but Luger stops him! Hogan is able to hit the big boot and leg drop (brother), before Sting flips Taskmaster over a puts him in the Deathlock! With Hogan egging him on, The Taskmaster quits!

In a superb match, Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, Sting & Lex Luger defeated The Dungeon Of Doom (The Taskmaster, Meng, The Shark and The Giant) in a War Games match in 20:14 when Sting defeated The Taskmaster by submission with a Scorpion Deathlock.
Grade: B


The four victorious men raise their hands in unison, and Hogan poses in the ring! The Dungeon back away slowly, with a seething Giant staring down the Hulkster!

Grade: B+
GRADE: 81/B
BUY RATE: .98

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Two PPVs - one weekend! Hope you enjoyed both shows, and, as always, let me know if you have any comments/complaints about the format. I’m not really intending to do full PPV write-ups, with pictures and the works, since that may end up being too time-consuming (and not enough fun ). But, changes can be made if not enough people dig it.

The news post is coming! I wrote a lot already this weekend, so I’ll have the news post done probably in the middle of the week. There’s some good stuff in there waiting for you! On to the comments!

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6 Man Tag Team - Winner gets a Title shot!
If Diesel wins, a new number one contender will be crowned at RAW.Diesel, Shawn Michaels, and Razor Ramon vs. Camp Cornette (Owen Hart, Yokozuna, The British Bulldog) (w/ Jim Cornette)
Comments: The kliq don't lay down for anyone jack.....incidentally, winner gets a title shot? On either team? If so, let's say Razor wins, that'll put the cat amongst the pigeons
Good call to4sty! I’m not sure that The Bulldog is ready yet, and I don’t think that the WWF would use a PPV to hype Raw (at least not yet), as that was WCW’s thing. Check out the news post when I post it - there’s some important Razor news in there...

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Bret Hart - Bret moves on from this feud so he can start having solid main events again.
By solid main events, you mean Isaac Yankem right? . Sorry to disappoint, but Bret will need a little more time to get out of Lawler territory.

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Dean Douglas - Shane can be so much more.
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1-2-3 Kid vs. Dean Douglas
Comments: Give him some wins to make him a bit of a threat
I like a Douglas a decent bit, but felt more strong about the 1-2-3/Goldust angle that was just started.

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Alundra Blayze - The women's division is pretty dead, so this one really doesn't matter.
Normally in my New-Gen saves, I just get rid of the Women’s division. Not this time! Slowly but surely, I’m going to try to start one up.

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War Games:
Hulk Hogan, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Sting, and Lex Luger vs. The Dungeon of Doom (The Taskmaster, Meng, The Shark, ???)
Comments: I know, I know, I'm probably way off....and I don't know if Hogan would even agree....BUT, I see maybe Luger actually being the squiggles and turning on his team
I like your line of thinking, since I didn’t make any real indication that Lex was a face, but I think this scenario is too close to real life. I’ll take the babyface tension and run with that instead.

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Arn Anderson - The return of the Four Horsemen is one of my favorite storylines, so while I'm not figuring you're out to 100% recreate it, I look forward to seeing your take on it.
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Ric Flair vs Arn Anderson
Comments: Arn has to win, to prove he was something more than just Flairs Enforcer....then we can get back to reuniting the Horsemen please
The return of the horsemen was probably WCW’s best stuff in late 1995, and I plan to give the storyline justice. And, while I love Arn, I think I’ll need Flair more in the long term, so I had to protect him.

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Kurasawa - I didn't see Kurasawa with the TV belt coming, but I like it a lot.
Thanks Beejus! Kurasawa’s a bit underrated in my book. Plus, every other heel was a bit busy at the time.

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Jushin Liger - Conventional wisdom probably would say Dean goes over because Jushin is probably just on loan, but Eric was really into promoting his Japan ties, so Liger goes over to look more worldly.
I get your thinking, but I’m not sure it makes sense from a TEW standpoint. Plus, I’ve got big plans for Deano Machino.

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Harlem Heat - The titles need to elevate away from this mess. I believe it was Scott Keith who said of this time period "WCW could trot anyone out on Nitro with the Tag titles right now and pull footage from somewhere of them winning it and no one would think twice about it". #SaveUsBlueBloods
Honestly, while I’m cool with getting rid of Buck and Slater, this Sherri/Parker storyline is really fun to write.

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Johnny B. Badd vs. Diamond Dallas Page (with Maxx Muscle and the Diamond Doll)
Comments: DDP was a way away from being what he would be here...Badd was the bigger star at this point
A lot of people picked DDP to go over, but you’re 100% correct. This was the end of “Rich guy” DDP - we don’t get people’s champ for a few years.

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Bonus Questions:
Who is ???: Kurrgan
I might keep this idea in my back pocket, thank you!

Before we get to next week’s shows, let’s take a look at those prediction standings:
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Beejus, Blodyxe (+15), to4sty (+16) - 34
Warhawk8492 (+14) - 24
Kijar (+12) - 21
TheBigBad1013, DeathZone2 -12
Rhyme1234 - 11
Crossface - 6
Jaded, RyanR93WKU - 5
A three way tie! It’ll be close when we get to 50! To next week's cards:

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NITRO vs. RAW - Week 4!
Week 4, September, 1995

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WCW Nitro:


Eddie Guerrero vs. VK Wallstreet
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Alex Wright & The Renegade vs. Brian Pillman & Sabu
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Hulk Hogan, Lex Luger and Sting vs. Kurasawa & ?????
Comments:

Bonus questions:
Who teams with Kurasawa?
One Point for every correct answer
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WWF Monday Night Raw:

The Undertaker vs Bob Backlund
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The Hardy Boys vs Jerry “The King” Lawler & Isaac Yankem, DDS
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For the WWF Intercontinental Championship:
Owen Hart vs Shawn Michaels(c)
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Eddie Guerrero vs. VK Wallstreet
Comments: Viva La Raza!

Alex Wright & The Renegade vs. Brian Pillman & Sabu
Comments: Pillman seems like the biggest star here?

Hulk Hogan, Lex Luger and Sting vs. Kurasawa & ?????
Comments: Surely.

Bonus questions:
Who teams with Kurasawa? Going to go for a curve ball, and Harlem Heat joining him.

One Point for every correct answer

WWF Monday Night Raw:

The Undertaker vs Bob Backlund
Comments: I loved Backlund's 90s run, but he doesn't go over Taker.

The Hardy Boys vs Jerry “The King” Lawler & Isaac Yankem, DDS
Comments: Evil dentists 4 life.

For the WWF Intercontinental Championship:
Owen Hart vs Shawn Michaels(c)
Comments: H(e)art rather than head saying this, maybe.
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First of all, two great shows, really enjoyed them both


Eddie Guerrero vs. VK Wallstreet
Comments: VK does what VK does best, put people over.....incidentally, what the hell does VK stand for Vincent Kennedy? Serious question, I always wondered

Alex Wright & The Renegade vs. Brian Pillman & Sabu
Comments: Brian Pillman and the Renegade make the difference for their respective teams.....for completely opposite reasons

Hulk Hogan, Lex Luger and Sting vs. Kurasawa & ?????
Comments: Yeah, no words needed

Bonus questions:
Who teams with Kurasawa?
One Point for every correct answer
Quote: Buck and Slater surely

WWF Monday Night Raw:

The Undertaker vs Bob Backlund
Comments: Bob Backlund serves no purpose in 1995.....or 1994 for that matter....bu-bye Bob

The Hardy Boys vs Jerry “The King” Lawler & Isaac Yankem, DDS
Comments: or the Hardy "jobbers" as they were at this time.....Isaac squashes them

For the WWF Intercontinental Championship:
Owen Hart vs Shawn Michaels(c)
Comments: Hmmm.....I'd like to say Owen, but maybe it's the Bulldog that's coming for the Title Michaels beat him for back in 1992
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