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The Monday Night War Ratings (May Contain Spoilers)

- 1. The Introduction

1995

2. September 1995 Roster Overview
3. The First Shots Fired!: 08/04 - WCW Monday Nitro #1
4. 08/07 - WCW Main Event & Saturday Night #1
5. The War Begins!: 08/11 - WCW Monday Nitro #2
6. 08/14 - WCW Main Event & Saturday Night #2
7. 08/17 - WCW Presents... Fall Brawl: War Games!

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The year is 1995 and WCW has...



A Endless amount of money

A prime-time slot on TNT

Mega-stars such as Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair

An in-depth roster featuring both talented and big drawing superstars

The man in charge is no other than...





Eric Bischoff

He is the Executive Vice President, in other words, the boss of the company

He, alongside Ric Flair, helped bring professional wrestling’s icon, Hulk Hogan on board.

He invested Ted Turner’s money into production values, enabling WCW to compete against the WWF.

He invested in increasing the number of WCW pay-per-views. Which went from 7, to 10 and now every month.

These changes are certainly becoming noticeable, as WCW are very well on their way to making 1995 their first profitable year.

In just one year since being promoted to his current role in the company, Bischoff has made striving efforts to make WCW a threat to the World Wrestling Federation and now... The competition is about to heat-up.




In order to further compete against Vince McMahon’s WWF, Ted Turner accepted Bischoff’s request for a prime-time slot on national television. Turner wanted to go head to head against Vince, by giving Bischoff a 1-hour show, on Monday nights. As Turner made it clear, he wanted to step inside the ring with Vince McMahon and what better way then to make a gamble on competing against the competition on the same night and same time.

The young and ambitious, Eric Bischoff, looks prepared and focused to continue the growth of WCW as well as take the #1 spot as the biggest professional wrestling company in the world. WCW Monday Night Nitro is now set to premiere on September 4th, on the cable network, TNT. The news conference ensured fans that the show would be live every Monday night, sending a message to the WWF. Now, with only 6 weeks until the first show, Bischoff is preparing to make it not only just a memorable night, but to send a message, that the WCW are gunning for the number one spot in professional wrestling.

While many see this move as a big gamble, considering that the WWF is very well established, WCW on the other hand, believe they have all the money, materials and talent, to make up for their lack of establishment. Only time will tell whether WCW Monday Night Nitro can deliver the competition on a weekly basis or go down in history as one of the biggest failures in the industry.



This is...



WCW 95’ - The Battle for Supremacy





OOC: Well, there you guys have it. The introduction of a new dynasty that I’m getting my hands into. I have several things I want to discuss with this project and also bring up the future of my current dynasty, WWF Generations.


First and foremost, my current WWF Generations dynasty is still alive and will not be taking any backseat to this dynasty. Like I mentioned previously before, my ultimate goal is to make it into the mid 90’s and even possibly go for 2000s. While this dynasty is just starting up, it won’t be my main focus. Instead, it will be more of a fun project, for when I do want to take a break from Generations.


With that aside, the reason why I chose 1995 is because the start of Monday Nitro really caught my interest. I had played around with several other time periods, such as the Montreal Screwjob, WWF 1985, The Big Bang of 1980 and even thought about doing the WWF Invasion era. However, once I started playing this mod, I began to enjoy it enough, that I decided to start up a new dynasty.


What also caught my interest is that this time period ensures competition and is the start of the Monday Night Wars. I’ve been a big fan of the war period, like many other wrestling fans and I think it’s a great time period to sink my teeth into. Anyways, I’ll get into the expectations for this dynasty.


Length: The ultimate goal of this dynasty is to keep it going for as long as I can, while I don’t have plans for this dynasty to last as long as Generations, that can always change whether readers or myself are enjoying it.


PDF: After each PPV, I'll be posting the PDF files for all of that month's content. Which can make it easier for anyone who want to read, while they're offline or just whenever.


Format: This dynasty will see a format similar to the one I use for Generations, which I have adopted by TFC. However, I’ll be changing the course slightly with this one. I’ll look into making this dynasty looking more presentable and less lengthy, as oppose to Generations, which will also see an improvement soon. “A” shows will have the most meat to the bones, while “B” shows will be sum-up writing shows.


Prediction Contest: I never was able to get into the swing of things when it came to predictions in Generations but I’m going to take a second chance with it in this dynasty. Predictions will include both shows and pay-per-views, with them wrapping up at the end of every month. So far, I have only one prize sorted out for 1st place, but I’ll be looking into a 2nd and 3rd spot prize as well.


Competition: Last but not least, I’ll be playing as Eric Bischoff in WCW, while also playing as Vince McMahon in WWF. The reason for this is to ensure that competition stays alive and that I can create unique scenarios too. The aim will certainly be to keep both companies competitive and achieve the best ratings possible. Not 100% sure how I'll present WWF's show, but I'll think of something, hopefully by the time I post the first Nitro.


I hope many of you guys are looking forward to this as much as I am, as this will be my 2nd dynasty overall and since I started Generations, I feel like I have improved a lot since the start. Feedback is always welcomed and encouraged, as it fuels the motivation for me. Coming up, I’ll be posting the roster, the show index will be featured on this page.


Thank you to everyone who has supported me on Generations and to anyone checking this new dynasty out, thank you as well!


Special Mention:

Big shoutout goes to Hive and everyone who contributed to this mod! It's excellent and very enjoyable. Really apprecieate all the hard work that was put into this.

Another big shoutout to everyone who contributed to the nGo picture pack, really great stuff!

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2. September 1995 Roster Overview


Current Champions:




WCW World Heavyweight Champion:





11. Hulk Hogan (1st Reign)

Won From:
Ric Flair on July 17th, 1994 @ WCW Bash at the Beach 1994

Days as Champ (Current Reign): 413 Days

Previous Champions:

10. Ric Flair (#3) - April 21, 1994 – July 17th, 1994 (87 Days)

Vacant - April 17th, 1994 – April 21st, 1994

9. Ric Flair (#2) - December 27th, 1993 – April 17th, 1994 (111 Days)

8. Big Van Vader (#3) - March 17th, 1993 – December 27th, 1993 (285 Days)

7. Sting (#2) - March 11th, 1993 – March 17th, 1993 (6 Days)

6. Big Van Vader (#2) - December 30th, 1992 – March 11th, 1993 (71 Days)

5. Ron Simmons - August 2nd, 1992 – December 30th, 1992 (150 Days)

4. Big Van Vader (#1) - July 12th, 1992 – August 2nd, 1992 (21 Days)

3. Sting (#1) - February 29th, 1992 – July 12th, 1992 (134 Days)

2. Lex Luger - July 14th, 1991 – February 29th, 1992 (230 Days)

Vacant - July 1st, 1991 – July 14th, 1991

1. Ric Flair (#1) - January 11th, 1991 – July 1st, 1991 (171 Days)

Title Statistics


Most Title Reigns:

1. Big Van Vader – 3

2. Ric Flair – 3

3. Sting – 2

4. Everyone else is tied at 1


Longest Title Reign (In days):

1. Hulk Hogan (#1) - 413 Days

2. Big Van Vader (#3) - 285 Days

3. Lex Luger (#1) - 230 Days

4. Ric Flair (#1) - 171 Days

5. Ron Simmons (#1) - 150 Days


Total Days Spent as Champion:

1. Hulk Hogan – 413 Days

2. Ric Flair – 369 Days

3. Big Van Vader – 350 Days

4. Lex Luger – 230 Days

5. Ron Simmons – 150 Days








WCW United States Heavyweight Champion:





52. Sting (2nd Reign)

Won From:
Meng on June 18th, 1995 @ WCW The Great American Bash

Days as Champ (Current Reign): 74 Days

Days as Champ (Total Reigns): 160 Days


Previous Champions:

Vacant – March 25th, 1995 – June 18th, 1995

51. Vader – December 27th, 1994 – March 25th, 1995 (88 Days)

50. Jim Duggan – September 18th, 1994 – December 27th, 1994 (100 Days)

49. Steve Austin (#2) - September 18th, 1994 – September 18th, 1994 (0 Days)

48. Ricky Steamboat (#4) - August 24th, 1994 – September 18th, 1994 (25 Days)

47. Steve Austin (#1) - December 27th, 1993 – August 24th, 1994 (240 Days)

46. Dustin Rhodes (#2) - August 30th, 1993 – December 27th, 1993 (119 Days)

Vacant – May 1st, 1993 – August 30th, 1993

45. Dustin Rhodes (#1) - January 11th, 1993 – May 1st, 1993 (110 Days)

Vacant – December 1st, 1992 – January 11th, 1993

44. Rick Rude – November 19th, 1991 – December 1st, 1992 (378 Days)

43. Sting (#1) - August 25th, 1991 – November 19th, 1991 (86 Days)

Vacant – July 14th, 1991 – August 25th, 1991

42. Lex Luger (#4) - December 16th, 1990 – July 14th, 1991 (210 Days)

41. Stan Hansen – October 27th, 1990 – December 16th, 1990 (50 Days)

40. Lex Luger (#3) - May 22nd, 1989 – October 27th, 1990 (523 Days)

39. Michael Hayes - May 7th, 1989 – May 22nd, 1989 (15 Days)

38. Lex Luger (#2) - February 20th, 1989 – May 7th, 1989 (76 Days)

37. Barry Windham – May 13th, 1988 – February 20th, 1989 (283 Days)


Title Statistics


Most Title Reigns:

1. Ric Flair – 5

2. Wahoo McDaniel – 5

3. Blackjack Mulligan – 4

4. Lex Luger – 4

5. Ricky Steamboat – 4


Longest Title Reign (In days):

1. Lex Luger (#3) - 523 Days

2. Rick Rude (#1) - 378 Days

3. Nikita Koloff (#1) - 328 Days

4. Barry Windham (#1) – 283 Days

5. Ric Flair (#2) - 253 Days


Total Days Spent as Champion:

1. Lex Luger – 947 Days

2. Ric Flair – 632 Days

3. Greg Valentine – 512 Days

4. Blackjack Mulligan – 509 Days

5. Rick Rude – 378 Days








WCW World Tag Team Champions:





79. Dick Slater & Bunkhouse Buck (1st Reign as team, 2nd for Slater, 1st for Buck)

Won From:
Harlem Heat on June 21st, 1995 @ WCW Saturday Night

Days as Champs (Current Reign): 71 Days

Previous Champions:


78. Harlem Heat (#2) - May 3rd, 1995 – June 21st 1995 (28 Days)

77. The Nasty Boys (#3) - May 21st, 1995 – May 3rd, 1995 (33 Days)

76. Harlem Heat (#1) - December 8th, 1994 – May 21st, 1995 (164 Days)

75. Stars & Stripes (#2) - November 16th, 1994 – December 8th, 1994 (22 Days)

74. Pretty Wonderful (#2) - October 23rd, 1994 – November 16th, 1994 (24 Days)

73. Stars & Stripes (#1) - September 25th, 1994 – October 23rd, 1994 (28 Days)

72. Pretty Wonderful (#1) - July 17th, 1994 – September 25th, 1994 (70 Days)

71. Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan – May 22nd, 1994 – July 17th, 1994 (56 Days)

70. The Nasty Boys (#2) - October 24th, 1993 – May 22nd, 1994 (210 Days)

69. Marcus Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio – October 4th, 1993 – October 24th, 1993 (20 Days)

68. The Nasty Boys (#1) - September 19th, 1993 – October 4th, 1993 (15 Days)

67. Arn Anderson & Paul Roma – August 18th, 1993 – September 19th, 1993 (32 Days)

66. The Hollywood Blonds – March 2nd, 1993 – August 18th, 1993 (169 Days)

65. Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas – November 18th, 1992 – March 2nd, 1993 (104 Days)

64. Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes – September 21st, 1992 – November 18th, 1992 (58 Days)


Title Statistics


(Singles) Most Title Reigns:

1. Ricky Steamboat – 8

2. Ole Anderson – 8

3. Gene Anderson – 7

4. Paul Jones – 6

5. Jay Youngblood – 5


(Tag) Most Title Reigns:

1. The Minnesota Wrecking Crew – 7

2. Ricky Steamboat & Jay Youngblood – 5

3. The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express – 4

4. Jack & Jerry Brisco – 3

5. The Steiner Brothers – 3


Longest Title Reign (In Days):

1. The Minnesota Wrecking Crew (#2) - 230 Days

2. Baron Von Raschke & Greg Valentine (#1) - 202 Days

3. The Minnesota Wrecking Crew (#4) - 181 Days

4. Ricky Steamboat & Jay Youngblood (#1) - 157 Days

5. Ric Flair & Greg Valentine (#1) - 153 Days


(Singles) Total Days Spent as Champion:

1. Ole Anderson – 1,162 Days

2. Gene Anderson – 977 Days

3. Ricky Steamboat – 554 Days

4. Arn Anderson – 538 Days

5. Greg Valentine – 530 Days


(Tag) Total Days Spent as Champion:

1. The Minnesota Wrecking Crew – 992 Days

2. The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express – 400 Days

3. Ricky Steamboat & Jay Youngblood – 347 Days

4. Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard – 323 Days

5. Ric Flair & Greg Valentine – 286 Days








WCW World Television Champion:





71. The Renegade (1st Reign)

Won From:
Arn Anderson on June 18th, 1995 @ WCW The Great American Bash

Days as Champ (Current Reign): 75 Days

Previous Champions:


70. Arn Anderson (#4) - January 8th, 1995 – June 18th, 1995 (161 Days)

69. Johnny B. Badd – September 18th, 1994 – January 8th, 1995 (112 Days)

68. Lord Steven Regal (#2) - June 23rd, 1994 – September 18th, 1994 (87 Days)

67. Larry Zbyszko - May 2nd 1994 – June 23rd, 1994 (52 Days)

66. Lord Steven Regal (#1) - September 19th, 1993 – May 2nd, 1994 (225 Days)

65. Ricky Steamboat (#4) - August 18th, 1993 – September 19th, 1993 (32 Days)

64. Paul Orndorff – March 2nd, 1993 – August 18th, 1993 (169 Days)

Vacant – November 1992

63. Scott Steiner – September 29th, 1992 – November 1992 (32 Days)

62. Ricky Steamboat (#3) - September 2nd, 1992 – September 29th, 1992 (27 Days)

61. Steve Austin (#2) - May 23rd, 1992 – September 2nd, 1992 (102 Days)

60. Barry Windham – April 27th, 1992 – May 23rd, 1992 (26 Days)

59. Steve Austin (#1) - June 3rd, 1991 – April 27th, 1992 (329 Days)

58. Bobby Eaton - May 19th, 1991 – June 3rd, 1991 (15 Days)

57. Arn Anderson (#3) - January 7th, 1991 – May 19th, 1991 (132 Days)

56. The Z-Man – December 4th, 1990 – January 7th, 1991 (34 Days)


Title Statistics


Most Title Reigns:

Paul Jones – 5

Greg Valentine – 4

Ricky Steamboat – 4

Arn Anderson – 4

Ivan Koloff – 3


Longest Title Reign (In Days):

Paul Jones (#5) - 368 Days

Tully Blanchard (#1) - 353 Days

Arn Anderson (#2) - 336 Days

Mike Rotunda (#2) - 335 Days

Steve Austin (#1) - 329 Days


Total Days Spent as Champion:

Arn Anderson – 877 Days

Tully Blanchard – 685 Days

Paul Jones – 679 Days

Mike Rotunda – 433 Days

Steve Austin – 431 Days





Current Roster:




Faces in Blue Heels in Red

Top of the Card:

Brian Knobbs
Hulk Hogan (World Heavyweight Champion)
Jerry Sags
Jim Duggan
Johnny B. Badd
Kurasawa
Lex Luger
Randy Savage
Road Warrior Hawk
Sting (United States Heavyweight Champion)
The Renegade (World Television Champion)

Arn Anderson
Big Bubba Rogers
Brian Pillman
Diamond Dallas Page
Kamala
Meng
Ric Flair
Stevie Ray
The Giant
The Shark
The Taskmaster
V.K. Wallstreet
Zodiac


Middle of the Pack:

Alex Wright
Cobra
Dave Sullivan
Eddie Guerrero
Frankie Lancaster
Joey Maggs
Jushin Thunder Liger
Marcus Bagwell
Mr. JL
Scott Armstrong
Scotty Riggs
Tim Horner

Booker T
Bunkhouse Buck (World Tag Team Champion)
Dean Malenko
Dick Slater (World Tag Team Champion)
Disco Inferno
Earl Robert Eaton
Hugh Morrus
Lord Steven Regal
Maxx Muscle
Ricky Santana
Rip Rogers
Sabu
Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
Sgt. Craig Pittman
Scott Norton


Looking for a Chance:

Bob Starr
Chris Kanyon
Chuck Williams
Julio Sanchez
Mark Starr

Fidel Sierra
Lt. James Earl Wright
Terry Richards


Personalities:

Gene Okerlund
Larry Zbyszko
Mark Madden

Col. Robert Parker
Sonny Onoo
The Master
The Sheik


Tag Teams:

The American Males [Marcus Bagwell & Scotty Riggs]
Men At Work [Chris Kanyon & Mark Starr]

Arn Anderson & Brian Pillman
Dick Slater & Bunkhouse Buck (World Tag Team Champions)
Harlem Heat [Booker T & Stevie Ray]
The Barrio Brothers [Fidel Sierra & Ricky Santana]
The Blue Bloods [Earl Robert Eaton & Lord Steven Regal]
The Sullivans [Dave Sullivan & The Taskmaster]


Stables & Manger Affiliations:

The Dungeon of Doom:
Kamala
Meng
The Giant
The Master
The Shark
The Taskmaster
Zodiac

The Four Horsemen:
Arn Anderson
Ric Flair

The Stud Stable:
Bunkhouse Buck
Col. Robert Parker
Dick Slater
Kurasawa


Managed by Jimmy Hart:
Hulk Hogan
The Renegade


Managed by Diamond Doll:
Diamond Dallas Page


Managed by Sensuous Sherri:
Booker T
Stevie Ray


Managed by Col. Robert Parker:
Bunkhouse Buck
Dick Slater
Kurasawa


Managed by The Sheik:
Sabu






Creative Team:




Franchise Players:

1. Ric Flair
2. Hulk Hogan
3. Randy Savage
4. Sting
5. Lex Luger


Next Big Things:

1. Lord Steven Regal
2. Eddie Guerrero
3. Alex Wright'
4. Marcus Bagwell
5. Chris Kanyon


Hot Prospects:

1. Lord Steven Regal
2. Eddie Guerrero
3. Alex Wright
4. Chris Kanyon
5. Terry Richards


Talk the Talk:

1. Ric Flair
2. Randy Savage
3. Hulk Hogan
4. Bobby Heenan
5. Dusty Rhodes


Show Stoppers:

1. Ric Flair
2. Randy Savage
3. Eddie Guerrero
4. Sting
5. Brian Pillman


Ring Generals:

1. Ric Flair
2. Dean Malenko
3. Sting
4. Lord Steven Regal
5. Randy Savage


Time Decline:

1. Kamala
2. Bunkhouse Buck
3. Dick Slater
4. The Taskmaster
5. Jim Duggan


Hidden Gems:

1. Adam Copeland
2. Al Snow
3. Chavo Guerrero Jr.
4. Black Dragon
5. Devon Storm




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It feels like it's been awhile since we saw a good 95 Monday Night War diary, so I look forward to seeing what you do with it.
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I got the first ready all ready to be posted and I would be in the process of getting it on here now but currently having a problem posting to imgur for some weird reason. I'm hoping to have the show up tonight but If imgur is still acting up, then it may not be until tomorrow, when I post the final shows for Generations before the Bashed in the USA PPV.

If you have checked out this dynasty already, you may have missed the "Creative Team" part. I had forgot to add it earlier but it's added now in case anybody was interested.


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Thanks for the comment man. I'm excited to take on this project and I'm hoping to make it as good as can be.
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Default 3. The First Shots Fired! (08/04 - WCW Nitro #1)




Pre-Show: The WCW World Tag Team Champions, Bunkhouse Buck & “Dirty” Dick Slater Def. The American Males in 5:43, when Slater pinned Marcus Bagwell after performing a Leaping Piledriver. (D+, 52)



WCW Monday Night Nitro #1

September 4th, 1995

Live from the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota

Attendance: 9,500 (Sold-Out!)

Announce Team: Bobby Heenan, Eric Bischoff & Steve McMichael








The first episode of WCW Monday Night Nitro kicks off with Bobby “The Brain” Heenan, Eric Bischoff and member of the 1985 NFL Super Bowl champions, Chicago Bears, Steve "Mongo" McMichael at ringside. They welcome the audience to the show, as Bischoff then welcomes the newest addition to the announce team, Steve McMichael. McMichael talks about how great it is to be here on WCW Nitro, as you won’t find action quite like this anywhere else.


McMichael continues to plug the fact that Nitro is live each and every week, taking a shot at WWF’s Raw broadcast, as they are not continuously live. Afterwards, Bischoff informs the viewers that they are in for a big match tonight, as the main event will see the WCW World Heavyweight Champion, Hulk Hogan, put his title on the line against Big Bubba Rogers. Bischoff adds that not only will the world title be on the line, but so will the WCW United States Heavyweight Championship, as Sting defends against his long-time rival, the “Nature Boy” Ric Flair.






Normal, Singles Match

Flyin’ Brian Pillman Vs. Jushin Thunder Liger




The first match in the new era of WCW, featured two talented wrestlers, as Flyin’ Brian Pillman took on New Japan Pro-Wrestling superstar, Jushin Thunder Liger. These two competitors set the pace for the remainder of the show, as they had a fast paced and overall, an decent match. The match featured high flying maneuvers and was a very open match from the opening bell. Pillman executed his finishing move, the Air Pillman, who helped him earn the late pinfall victory.




Winner: Flyin’ Brian Pillman Via Pinfall

Time: 8:25








Before heading into the 2nd commercial break of the night, the WCW United States Heavyweight Champion, Sting, is shown in a pre-taped video, hyping up his match against Ric Flair tonight. Sting says that this match marks another chapter in their long-lasting rivalry and that tonight, he’s going to finish this chapter with a big win on tonight’s debut episode of WCW Nitro.







We’re back from commercial break, as the audience is brought backstage of the Target Center, where WCW World Champion, Hulk Hogan, is signing autographs for his fans, mainly kids. Once the camera is focused on Hogan, he begins to talk about how excited he is to be a part of the first episode of WCW Nitro and guarantees that tonight will go down in history, brother. Hogan then cuts a short promo on his opponent tonight, Big Bubba Rogers. Hogan says that he’s been prepared and that he’s going to take the big men down tonight and retain the WCW World Championship, believe it brother!





WCW United States Heavyweight Championship



Normal, Singles Match

Ric Flair Vs. Sting ©



WCW Nitro’s debut episode continued its hot momentum with a big match between the two franchise players of WCW. This wasn’t Flair and Sting’s first time going at each other, as they have a long-storied past between each other. Sting’s offense was a big vocal point in this one, as the fans in attendance made it clear that he was their favorite. Sting backed his words up from earlier, when he said he was ready, as he delivered constant offense to Flair. Sting looked as though he was well on his way to victory until...







“The Enforcer” Arn Anderson made his way down to the ring, as Sting went on to miss Flair with a Stinger Splash. Flair hurries on the offense and attempts to finish Sting off with his famous, Figure Four-Leglock until Arn Anderson soon enters the ring and pulls Flair off of Sting.

Both Flair and Anderson trade words with each other, resulting in Anderson delivering his finishing, Spinebuster. The referee calls the match off and declares Ric Flair the winner of the match by disqualification. However, due to the disqualification finish, Sting remains the WCW United States Heavyweight Champion. Anderson and Flair quickly begin to brawl as they made their way up the ramp and to the backstage.




Winner: Ric Flair Via Disqualification

Time: 10:33








After what was supposed to be a big match, which only ended in disqualification, Heenan, Bischoff and McMichael begin to talk about the intense heat between former partners and allies, Ric Flair and Arn Anderson. Bischoff makes mention that at WCW’s next upcoming pay-per-view, Fall Brawl, which will be live on September 17th, Arn Anderson and Ric Flair will go to war against each other. In what should be a memorable match between the 2 members of the Four Horsemen. They begin to discuss the big main event scheduled for tonight until they get abruptly interrupted...






Scott Norton walks up to the announce team and demands an explanation for why he was left off of tonight’s show. When they don’t give him any explanation, he begins to threaten them and makes claims about how he’s one of the biggest stars in Japan and that he shouldn’t be treated with less value here in America.






Randy Savage heads out and confronts Scott Norton, Savage says that he wasn’t scheduled for tonight either, but If Norton is looking for a match, then he can get one right here, right now against him., Savage enters the ring and taunts Norton to get inside and face him. However, Eric Bischoff threatens Norton by telling him that if he enters the ring, he'll never compete on Nitro. Bischoff says that they got themselves a match a match next week, against each other.







At the top of the ramp, Gene Okerlund interviews the manager of Harlem Heat, Sherri. Okerlund asks Sherri whether there is a romantic thing going on between her and Col. Robert Parker. She denies the rumors and says that her mind isn’t on no romantic lover and that instead, her mind is focused on the Harlem Heat reclaiming their WCW World Tag Team Championships.







Col. Robert Parker soon appears on set and states that they do in fact have something special. Parker wants Sherri to admit it but she refuses, as Parker gets closer to her, Booker T and Stevie Ray begin to force Robert to back away. He taunts Harlem Heat and says that if they dare lay a hand on him, his guys will be out here in a flash to knock their teeth down their mouth. Booker T and Stevie Ray aren’t intimidated, as they push Robert away, attempting to get him to call his guys out. Okerlund tells both sides to calm down and that Fall Brawl is only 13 days away, no need to get physical now. Robert promises to get Sherri to confess their love and that he also promises that his guys will successfully defend their titles at Fall Brawl as well.







In a pre-taped video, Diamond Dallas Page is backstage, where he lights up a cigar. Page says that when it comes to being cocky, he’s the top guy here in WCW. Page says that he has almost everything he wants... He has gold around his wrist, gold around his neck and gold around his fingers but there is one thing Diamond Dallas Page doesn’t have and that’s gold around his waist. He says that he has his sights set on the WCW World Television Championship and that he’s challenging The Renegade to a match next week for the championship. Before the segment comes to an end, Page adds that if Renegade is half of the men he makes himself out to be, then he’ll have no problem accepting his challenge.





WCW World Heavyweight Championship



Normal, Singles Match

Big Bubba Rogers Vs. Hulk Hogan © /w Jimmy Hart




The main event was finally here, as the audience witnessed the big men, Big Bubba Rogers take his shot at becoming the next WCW World Heavyweight Champion. Hulk Hogan arrived to a huge ovation from the fans, as he was prepared to defend the world championship. The match was open between both men, with Rogers delivering some well executed offense. Hogan soon made his tremendous comeback, body slams Rogers, then rebounds off the ropes to deliver his finishing, Leg Drop, ending the match with a pinfall victory.





Winner: Hulk Hogan Via Pinfall

Defense #6

Time: 12:15








Hulk Hogan began to celebrate inside the ring, as the fans in attendance are cheering loudly for the Hulkster.








The Dungeon of Doom hurried to the ring and cornered Hogan, with nowhere to escape. Hogan wasn’t backing down either, as the Dungeon of Doom entered the ring and began to attack him. Hogan put up quite a fight until the numbers began to take a toll on the world champion.







Hogan would soon receive help once Randy Savage and Sting hurried into the ring, to help fight off the attack. Despite Savage and Sting getting involved, they were still outnumbered by 2 but that all soon changed to just one when the surprise factor kicked in...







Nobody could believe their eyes once they saw Lex Luger come down the ramp and enter the ring, as he helped carry the offense against the Dungeon of Doom. The fans began chanting Lex Luger’s name as they were completely shocked by his arrival, as many were well aware that Luger was a part of the WWF. What they didn’t know was that his contract expired yesterday and that his appearance was the first shot in the Monday Night Wars.

Hogan, Savage, Sting and Luger cleared the ring, Hogan and Luger almost threw a punch at each other before quickly realizing they were working together. The announce team informed us that we were headed to commercial break and to not go away.







The audience were brought back from commercial break with Hogan and Luger standing face to face, as Savage was on Hogan’s side while Sting was on Luger’s side. Hogan asked Luger what he was doing here and Luger answered by saying that he heard that this is where the big boys play and that he’s here for one simple reason, to capture the WCW World Championship. Luger continues by saying he’s defeated the same opponents that Hogan has defeated, been to the same events that Hogan has main evented and that now he wants to face the man he has never been in the ring with and that's Hogan himself. Hogan doesn’t back down from Luger’s challenge, as he tells Luger that he can have his WCW World Championship match next week against him, right here on Monday Night Nitro. Both men begin to trade words, as Savage and Sting separate both of them. Hogan then tells Luger to shake his hand and he’ll have his match, Luger shakes Hogan’s hand and the match becomes official for next week’s Nitro. They stare into each other’s eyes, as Nitro goes off the air with Eric Bischoff urging fans to not miss next week’s Monday Night Nitro!





TV Rating: 5.90 (3,840,580 Viewers)

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WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match
"The Total Package" Lex Luger Vs. Hulk Hogan ©

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Normal, Singles Match
"Macho Man" Randy Savage Vs. Scott Norton

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Question of the Night...

Diamond Dallas Page Issued A Challenge To The Renegade for the WCW World Television Championship Next Week. Will He Accept?


General diary comments/questions/critiques:


Two big matches and plenty more next week on Nitro, don't you miss it!





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WCW Fall Brawl 1995 - Matches Confirmed So Far (Card Subject To Change)

War Games: The Dungeon of Doom (Taskmaster, Kamala, The Shark & Zodiac) Vs. Hulk Hogan, Sting, Randy Savage & Vader

Normal, Singles Match: "The Enforcer" Arn Anderson Vs. "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair

WCW World Tag Team Championships: "Dirty" Dick Slater (C) & Buckhouse Buck (C) Vs. Harlem Heat

#1 Contenders WCW US Title Match: Flyin' Brian Pillman Vs. Johnny B. Badd
OOC: I know this seems almost identical to the IRL debut of Nitro and the main reason why that is, is because in my honest opinion, I think they did a great job with the debut. Of course, I changed the promos up a lil just to make it fit with the dynasty. Most of my booking is locked on Fall Brawl right now but as soon as that PPV is over, I'll be able to go in whatever direction.

A few notes on the show:

Brian Pillman & Jushin Liger didn't do as good as I had expected, due to the fact that they have bad chemistry in this save. Bummer.

Great news however, was that Brian Pillman is improving in flying, rumble, technical and performance skills from just one match. Amazing.

Scotty Riggs was improving in a lot of areas in his pre-show match. Always was a fan of his, so that was good news for me.

Sting and Flair have good chemistry. As was expected.

Main event between Rogers and Hogan suffered because there was not enough selling in the match. Figures.

No comparison to Raw this week, as it was not shown on September 4th. The real war begins next week! Nitro LIVE! Raw TAPED!

Also, next week's Nitro begins the Prediction Contest! The 2 matches are worth 1 point each, while the question is worth 2 points. Once the month of September is over, prizes will be handed out. Hope your enjoying this dynasty so far and the new format I'm going with. Stay tune for more this weekend!

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"The Total Package" Lex Luger Vs. Hulk Hogan ©

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"Macho Man" Randy Savage Vs. Scott Norton

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Question of the Night...

Diamond Dallas Page Issued A Challenge To The Renegade for the WCW World Television Championship Next Week. Will He Accept? Yes


General diary comments/questions/critiques: Great concept


Two big matches and plenty more next week on Nitro, don't you miss it!
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"The Total Package" Lex Luger Vs. Hulk Hogan ©

Comments: I'm actually surprised that they didn't go for a big title switch on live TV considering the rating it could have generated (and TV ratings were pretty much all Bischoff cared about) but for here I see a no contest....probably from a DoD run in. Luger is too new to eat the loss while Hogan certainly isn't going to want to do the job either

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"Macho Man" Randy Savage Vs. Scott Norton

Comments: I'd say this is a no brianer....and Savage should be winning too. He and Flair pretty much carried WCW through 1995 with their (red hot at the time) programme

Question of the Night...

Diamond Dallas Page Issued A Challenge To The Renegade for the WCW World Television Championship Next Week. Will He Accept? Of course


Good first show, clean and easy to read too, as you say it mimicked the actual show IRL, but then it makes sense because you have a PPV already in the works....that and it kinda bugs me when people start a new diary and completely disregard what is happening and go in a completely new direction....get to the PPV, then you can make the company your own
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"The Total Package" Lex Luger Vs. Hulk Hogan ©

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"Macho Man" Randy Savage Vs. Scott Norton

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Question of the Night...

Diamond Dallas Page Issued A Challenge To The Renegade for the WCW World Television Championship Next Week. Will He Accept? Yes. Of course!


General diary comments/questions/critiques: Awesome!!!


Two big matches and plenty more next week on Nitro, don't you miss it!
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OOC: I know this seems almost identical to the IRL debut of Nitro and the main reason why that is, is because in my honest opinion, I think they did a great job with the debut.
That's why honestly a lot of times if I want to play an "early Nitro" save, I'll jump to the January 1996 mod. I feel like these final months of 1995 were some of WCW's best work, with Hogan losing his mind against the Dungeon of Doom, the trust issues story involving Hogan/Savage and Sting/Luger, the pushing of The Giant, the new yet-unnamed cruiserweight division being represented by the new stars like Benoit and Guerrero, and the resurgence of the Horsemen. Sure there were snags along the way (THE YE-TAY!) but in the main event scene it was all just so solid that I would just end up booking things all the same way until about Halloween Havoc anyways.

Hogan vs. Luger, No Contest - Dungeon interference leads to no contest.
Randy Savage - Norton may be great in Japan, but this is 'murica brutha-brutha, ooo yeah!
Yes, Renegade accepts, because Page is just the right level for him to lose the title to and start the decline in his career. Just hopefully the decline doesn't lead him as far down as it did in real life.
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Diamond Dallas Page Issued A Challenge To The Renegade for the WCW World Television Championship Next Week. Will He Accept? Yes. DDP for TV Champ!
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Comments: Hogan wins by DQ after Dungeon of Doom interferes.

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"Macho Man" Randy Savage Vs. Scott Norton

Comments: Dungeon of Doom interferes, distracting Savage enough for Norton to get the shocking win.

Question of the Night...

Diamond Dallas Page Issued A Challenge To The Renegade for the WCW World Television Championship Next Week. Will He Accept?
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WCW Saturday Night #1 Match-Card

1st Match - Dean Malenko Vs. Bob Starr

2nd Match - Harlem Heat Vs. Men at Work

3rd Match - Diamond Dallas Page Vs. Chip Minton

4th Match - Alex Wright Vs. Scott Norton

5th Match - The Dungeon of Doom (Kamala, The Shark & Zodiac) Vs. Julio Sanchez, Jack Victory & Bruiser Mastino

6th Match - Johnny B. Badd Vs. Dick Slater

7th Match - Brian Pillman Vs. Scott Armstrong

Main Event: The Blue Bloods Vs. Randy Savage & Sting

Plus: Arn Anderson Speaks Out On Ric Flair, Several Video Vignettes of Debuts Headed To WCW and Much More!
The show will be posted sometime today, as will WCW Main Event. Your more than welcome to predict, while I'm sure it's very predictable lol. I won't be including a match-card for Main Event, as I don't see a reason too. Saturday Night will not be apart of the prediction contest, but I'll be posting match-cards for it as down the line, you can expect some big matches on the show. Sort of how they did back IRL, because they used too have some great Saturday Night shows.

As for Nitro, the show will probably be posted tonight, if not, then for sure tomorrow. So, if you haven't gotten your predictions in for the show, certainly do so, as they count towards the contest of the month.

Last but not least, thank you everyone for the predictions and feedback! I was happy to see the amount of feedback after the first show! Let's continue that hot momentum!
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1st Match - Dean Malenko Vs. Bob Starr

2nd Match - Harlem Heat Vs. Men at Work

3rd Match - Diamond Dallas Page Vs. Chip Minton

4th Match - Alex Wright Vs. Scott Norton

5th Match - The Dungeon of Doom (Kamala, The Shark & Zodiac) Vs. Julio Sanchez, Jack Victory & Bruiser Mastino

6th Match - Johnny B. Badd Vs.Dick Slater

7th Match - Brian Pillman Vs. Scott Armstrong

Main Event: The Blue Bloods Vs. Randy Savage & Sting
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1st Match - Dean Malenko Vs. Bob Starr

2nd Match - Harlem Heat Vs. Men at Work

3rd Match - Diamond Dallas Page Vs. Chip Minton

4th Match - Alex Wright Vs. Scott Norton

5th Match - The Dungeon of Doom (Kamala, The Shark & Zodiac) Vs. Julio Sanchez, Jack Victory & Bruiser Mastino

6th Match - Johnny B. Badd Vs. Dick Slater

7th Match - Brian Pillman Vs. Scott Armstrong

Main Event: The Blue Bloods Vs. Randy Savage & Sting
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