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Default WCW Worldwide - [Friday / Week 1 /January / 1995]



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





The Extreme vs. The High Rollers

It's the one and the only. The token stealin’, card flingin’, taxi cab ridin’ son of a gun himself The Gambler and his trusty partner The Hustler.

In a bout that had decent wrestling and little heat, The High Rollers defeated The Extreme in 4:47 when The Gambler defeated Ace Darling by pinfall with The Wild Card. You got to know when to hold ’em, know when to fold ’em. Know when to walk away, know when to……get your ass kicked?!?

Rating: 56 C-



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Vader Roadkill Tour



A highlight video is shown to promote Vader and Harley Race.

There is no bigger bad ass than Vader. A big, stiff, powerful, muscular, athletic monster from the Rocky Mountains, anyone who gets in his way is destroyed and sent to the hospital for his trouble. Vader is an legend in Japan and due to Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan avoiding him and his title shot, his rage grows stronger than ever. No one can escape the Monster’s wrath.

Highlights of Vader destroying opponents in WCW and Japan are shown.

Rating: 100 A*


Underdog Challenge



Bobby Walker vs. Mark Starr

In the "Battle of the Underdogs", "Hardwork" Bobby Walker defeated Mark Starr in 4:42 by pinfall with a Quittin' Time.

Rating: 46 D



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Cruiserweight Division Vignette



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

Rating: 66 C+




The Fantastics vs. The Power Company

In a bout that had decent wrestling and little heat, The Fantastics defeated muscle boys The Power Company in 4:53 when Bobby Fulton defeated Dean Power by pinfall with a surprise roll up.

Rating: 59 C



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Highlight Video on the Miracle Violence Connection



A highlight video is shown to promote The Miracle Violence Connection.

The professional wrestling tag team consisting of "Dr. Death" Steve Williams and Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy. Clips of Miracle Violence Connection winning the WCW World Tag Team Championship by defeating the Steiner Brothers. Clips of the duo dominating and winning tag team titles in Japan.

Rating: 98 A*



The Wrecking Crew vs. Miracle Violence Connection w/ Col. Parker

In a match that had hard-hitting action, badass duo Miracle Violence Connection defeated ripped bodybuilders The Wrecking Crew in 5:40 when "Dr. Death" Steve Williams defeated Scott Putski by pinfall with a Backdrop Driver. Tonight Van Hammer didn't dare taking liberties against his two legitimate badass opponents.

Rating: 76 B-



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DDP's Arm Wrestling Invitational



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





Tonights arm wrestling match in the DDP's Arm Wrestling Invitational will feature The Patriot vs. The Samoan Savage. In a intense arm wrestling match, The Samoan Savage defeated The Patriot.

Rating: 83 B+




Brian Blair vs. Diamond Dallas Page w/ Diamond Doll

In a bout that had good wrestling, but didn't have much heat, obnoxious arrogant heel Diamond Dallas Page defeated reliable veteran Brian Blair in 6:47 by pinfall with a Diamond Cutter after Diamond Doll distracted the referee so that DDP could use dirty tactis. Winning the match earned DDP a "10" on Diamond Doll's scorecard.

Rating: 73 B-


Show Rating: 72 B-
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Default WCW Saturday Night - [Saturday / Week 1 /January / 1995]



These are the results from WCW Saturday Night, being held by World Championship Wrestling. It is being held in front of 15,000 Alerus Center in Alerus Center in Grand Forks, North Dakota. It's a Sell Out!



Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan & Gene Okerlund open the show telling us that tonight’s Main Event will be Quarter Final in the WCW United States Title Tournament between "Loose Cannon" Brian Pillman and Four Horsemen member Curt Hennig.





The Eagle vs. John Tenta w/ Jimmy Hart

In an squash match, John Tenta defeated The Eagle in 4:55 by pinfall with a Scoop Powerslam followed by a Avalanche Drop.

Rating: 74 B-



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Re-Action to Starrcade



Recap of the pull apart brawl between Hulk Hogan and Vader at Starrcade.

Having picked up the victory, Hulk Hogan celebrates in the ring with his friends.

But before long, Vader and Harley Race runs in and confronts Hogan.

Vader accuse Hogan and Flair on avoiding to face him! Says that Flair did owe him a rematch!

Vader says that he sees fear in Hogan’s eyes and in his soul.

Vader says that Hogan is afraid of him. Vader, the WCW United States champion, is also the No. 1 contender for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship and demands the match right now.

Hogan decides that maybe it’s Vader time right now and then pushes Vader. We’ve got a pull apart brawl on our hands and Hogan’s friends force Vader to leave.





Commissioner Nick Bockwinkel talks to Mean Gene and Okerlund is really upset. Bockwinkel says that Vader is right in that he deserves a match and Gene just yells at him. Mean Gene calls it all “bureaucratic B.S.”





The show then goes off the air with everyone celebrating, save for the Rocky Mountain Horror, Vader, who is staring at Hogan from the ramp way.

Rating: 100 A*




Fire and Ice w/ Teddy Long vs. The Wrecking Crew

It's a powerhouse versus powerhouse dream match. In a no-nonsense, take-no-prisoners bout that had hard-hitting power moves and good heat, powerhouse duo Fire and Ice defeated ripped muscle boys The Wrecking Crew in 5:39 when Scott Norton defeated Scott Putski by pinfall with a Flashback followed by a Train Wreck.

Rating: 73 B-



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Interview w/ Fire and Ice



Eric Bischoff had an interview with Teddy Long hyping his clients Fire and Ice.

The powerhouse duo is an "Unstoppable Force". They are stronger and they hit harder than every other tag team in WCW. Teddy Long says that it was a tainted loss at Starrcade and that the feud with Harlem Heat are far from over.

Ice Train and Scott "Flash" Norton are coming for the tag titles.

Teddy Long says "Let me tell you something Booker T and Stevie Ray! Right now, your destiny is to be whupped like never before! Believe that playa!"

Rating: 83 B+




Joey Maggs and Tim Horner vs. Bad Attitude

In a bout that had good rasslin', but little heat, sharp dressed veterans Bad Attitude defeated "Jumping" Joey Maggs and "White Lightning" Tim Horner in 5:55 when Bobby Eaton defeated Tim Horner by pinfall with an Alabama Jam.

Rating: 70 C+



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WCW Special Report



A 'Special Report' narrated by Gene Okerlund which is promoting a top tag team coming to WCW. A tag team that have dominated and winning tag team titles in both United States and Japan.

Miracle Violence Connection and Col. Parker interrupts him. The professional wrestling tag team consisting of "Dr. Death" Steve Williams and Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy are two men fit for destruction and they are eager to go head-to-head against all the top tag teams, including Harlem Heat, Fire and Ice and The Nasty Boys.

Col. Parker puffs his cigar and then says that "Dr. Death" and "Bamm Bamm" will wreak havoc wherever they go and they are in WCW to win the WCW World Tag Team titles.

Rating: 79 B




Ray Traylor vs. Bunkhouse Buck

In a entertaining brawl, the vigilante Ray "The Law" Traylor defeated tough brawler Bunkhouse Buck in 5:45 by pinfall with a hard-hitting Spinebuster.

Rating: 76 B-



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Interview w/ Vader



"Mean Gene" interviews "Rocky Mountain Monster" Vader and Harley Race.

It's official, it'll be Hulk Hogan vs. Vader for the WCW World Heavyweight title at SuperBrawl in February.

Commissioner Nick Bockwinkel has mandated that Hulk Hogan and Vader do not touch before then, but Vader says damn the man, because he's just bought two tickets to the Clash in Vegas, and Harley Race and him will be there front row, center, and "Hogan will have to look into the Eyes of his Destructor".

“Who’s the man?”

“Who’s the man?”

“Who’s the man?”

“It’s Vader!”

“Vader is the man!”

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

Rating: 100 A*




Eddie Golden & Stan Lee vs. Meng and Bam Bam Bigelow w/ Col. Parker

In an extremely stiff squash match, "The Face of Terror" Meng and "The Beast from the East" Bam Bam Bigelow destroyed jobbers Eddie Golden & Stan Lee. It ended in 1:36 when Meng defeated Stan Lee by submission with a Tongan Death Grip.

Rating: 57 C-



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Interview w/ The Stud Stable



"Mean Gene" interviews The Blacktop Bully, Meng and Col. Parker and they continue to blame Dustin Rhodes for everything. The Blacktop Bully says he's going to break Dustin Rhodes' arm.

Parker is all smiles tonight and puffs his cigar. The he says that Meng is going to break every bone in Ray Traylor's body. Traylor shouldn't interfere in his business dealings.

Rating: 91 A




Huge pop for the Macho Man...





Randy Savage vs. The Hustler

In a bout that had good wrestling and a great reaction from the crowd, "Macho Man" Randy Savage defeated The Hustler in 5:31 by pinfall with a Savage Elbow Drop.

With a frenzied voice and wild pantomimes The Hustler vociferously protested to the referee that his opponent cheated. The Hustler claimed that Randy Savage did pull his hair to score the victory.

Rating: 74 B-



Bobby "The Brain" Heenan confirms that Ric Flair will be in Las Vegas during Clash Of The Champions...



WCW World Tag Team Title Match



The Fantastics vs. Harlem Heat ©

In a good match, Harlem Heat defeated The Fantastics in 7:33 when Stevie Ray defeated Tommy Rogers by pinfall after Booker T came off the middle rope with a Double Axe Handle as Bad Attitude (Bobby Eaton and Steve Keirn) had the referee and Bobby Fulton distracted. Harlem Heat make defence number 6 of their WCW World Tag Team Championship titles.

Rating: 75 B-



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The Four Horsemen Vignette



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

Hightlights of Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Curt Hennig and Steve Austin are shown.

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

In a pre-tape "The Nature Boy" says that he, Arn Anderson and Curt Hennig may be in Las Vegas the same night as the Clash, and may be in attendance and then they will go watch the latest Andrew Dice Clay show.

Rating: 95 A*




Hulk Hogan & Sting vs. The Colossal Kongs

In a good match, Hulk Hogan and Sting defeated monstrous behemoths The Colossal Kongs in 7:28 when Hulk Hogan defeated Krusher Kong by pinfall with an Legdrop.

Rating: 74 B-



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Clash Of The Champions Control Center




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



After a break, we're with Gene Okerlund



"Mean Gene" interviews WCW World Heavyweight champion Hulk Hogan. "Well you know something Mean Gene..."

Hogan hype the Clash Of The Champions match against rival "Big" John Tenta and says the he is more than happy to have Vader at ringside, and then Hogan mocks Vader for being fat and taking up two ring seats.

Hulk Hogan is putting WCW over as the place to be, saying he's beaten the biggest and baddest dudes in professional wrestling.

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



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

Ray Traylor vs. Meng

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

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

Rating: 95 A*




Here comes "Loose Cannon" Brian Pillman.





The crowd is split for Four Horsemen member Curt Hennig…



WCW United States Title Tournament Quarter Final



Brian Pillman vs. Curt Hennig

Crowd's hot and the match has a ton of energy and drama! In a superb match, Curt Hennig defeated Brian Pillman in a Tournament Quarter Final match in 16:29 by pinfall with a Hennig-Plex after a distraction from Pillman's arch rival "Superstar" Steve Austin.

Rating: 89 A



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

Show Rating 90 A
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Default WCW Main Event - [Sunday / Week 1 /January / 1995]



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



Gordon Solie, Dusty Rhodes & Eric Bischoff open the show telling us that tonight’s Main Event will be a match between Johnny B. Badd and Steven Regal for the WCW World Television Title.





Decent crowd response for "Poor Man's Ultimate Warrior"...





Van Hammer vs. George South

The ripped muscle boy is being intentionally stiff and taking liberties with George South. In a squash match, Van Hammer defeated George South in 2:13 by pinfall with a Hammer Rocks after trying to hit his opponent as hard as possible throughout the match.

Rating: 51 D+





The Nasty Boys are really over and receives a major pop...





The Nasty Boys vs. Bunkhouse Buck & Nasty Ned

This bout had a great brawling aspect to it and was both hard-hitting and reckless. Bunkhouse Buck goes to use the loaded Cowboy boot, but Knobbs intercepts and uses it instead on both Bunkhouse Buck and Nasty Ned. The Nasty Boys defeated Bunkhouse Buck & Nasty Ned in 5:57 when Brian Knobbs defeated Nasty Ned by pinfall with a Trip to Nastyville.

Rating: 75 B-



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Interview w/ The Nasty Boys



Post-match, Eric Bischoff had an interview with The Nasty Boys, discussing the outcome in the Starrcade match vs. Kevin Sullivan and One Man Gang.

The two big, burly, mullet-hawk wearing street thugs says that they told everyone that they would take care of those two punks.

"We got a bad reputation! And if you mess with the boys! Get ready for Pity City!"

Now when they've taken care of business, they want another shot at the WCW World Tag Team titles. They demand a title match at The Clash versus champions Harlem Heat.

Rating: 81 B




Brian Blair and David Sammartino vs. Miracle Violence Connection w/ Col. Parker

The bout was a rasslin' match in the style of the old WCW, and it was a hard-hitting war. During the match, Brian Blair had a great comeback segment, before Miracle Violence Connection once more took control of the match with their incredibly stiff offence. In a bout that had hard-hitting action, Miracle Violence Connection defeated Brian Blair and David Sammartino in 6:08 when Terry Gordy defeated David Sammartino by pinfall with a Powerbomb.

Rating: 76 B-





Maxx Payne vs. Buck Quartermain

In a stiff squash match, gritty Death Metal fan Maxx Payne destroyed jobber Buck Quartermain. It ended in 2:05 by pinfall with a Wallapalooza.

Rating: 57 C-



Quote:
Cruiserweight Division Vignette



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

Rating: 67 C+




Here comes "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan with an American flag in one hand and his trusty 2x4 in the other. He is joined by Marcus Alexander Bagwell and The Patriot. Resulting in loud "U-S-A!" "U-S-A!" "U-S-A!" chants...



WCW World Six-Man Tag Team Titles



© Jim Duggan, Marcus Alexander Bagwell and The Patriot vs. The Barrio Brothers & The Terrorist

You disrespect America, you disrespect Hacksaw. "Hacksaw's gonna do what Hacksaw came to do! Beat people up! What You Gonna Do About It, Tough Guy?" "Hooooooooooooooo!!!" "U-S-A!" "U-S-A!" "U-S-A!" In a bout that had decent WWF-style cartoon wrestling and good heat, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan and Stars 'n' Stripes defeated The Terrorist and The Barrio Brothers in 5:34 when The Patriot defeated Ricky Santana by pinfall with a Patriot Missile. Jim Duggan and Stars 'n' Stripes make defence number 1 of their WCW World Six-Man Tag Team Championship titles.

Rating: 70 C+



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Clash Of The Champions Control Center




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



After a break, we're with Gene Okerlund



"Mean Gene" interviews the The Stud Stable. Col. Parker comments Meng, about facing Ray "The Law" Traylor at The Clash. Parker says that Traylor shouldn't have stuck his nose where it didn't belong. He puffs his cigar and then guaranteed that Meng will destroy Traylor at The Clash.

Parker also noted that Bam Bam Bigelow and Miracle Violence Connection are eager to take on all challengers.


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

Ray Traylor vs. Meng

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

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

Rating: 100 A*




Major pop for The Prettiest Man in WCW...





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



WCW World Television Title Match



Johnny B. Badd vs. Steven Regal ©

Crowd's hot and the match has a ton of energy and drama! Flashy offense from "The Badd Man" looking to connect with the Tutti Frutti, while Steven Regal is stalling and slowing the pace.

In a bout that had good wrestling and a good reaction from the crowd, "Lord" Steven Regal defeated "The Badd Man" Johnny B. Badd in 9:30 by pinfall with a Regal-Plex after a distraction from "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff. Steven Regal makes defence number 9 of his WCW World Television Championship title.

Rating: 71 C+

Show Rating 73 B-
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AAA’s Konnan agrees to terms with WCW and is set to start wrestling there in February. Konnan has in the past been described as "the Mexican Hulk Hogan", reflecting his mainstream popularity, his star quality, his charisma and entertainment skills.

Jean-Paul Levesque leaves WCW. "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair spoke well of this newcomer earlier, seeing something in the making. Yet rather than listen to Flair on his potential, WCW just let Levesque's deal run out.

The WWF lures former WCW midcarder Jean Paul Levesque into its camp with promises of a sizable push and the opportunity for greater career advancement. The wrestler cites the WWF’s recent track record of turning ex-WCW midcarders like Razor Ramon, Diesel and The Undertaker into headliners as the main reason for signing with WWF. Vince McMahon is said to be a fan of his look and presence. Levesque is rumoured to be renamed "Hunter Hearst Helmsley" and basically copying his aristocrat gimmick he had in WCW. There has been talk that indicates that Levesque is to begin a lengthy feud with "All-American" Lex Luger in the near future.

The WWF heralds in the new year by restructuring the hierarchy of its booking committee. Vince McMahon promotes Jim Ross to serve as his right-hand man in overseeing the promotion’s creative direction, and Ross immediately makes his influence known by placing a greater emphasis on clean finishes, athleticism, and internal storyline logic. New arrivals like Henry O. Godwinn, Mantaur, Phineas I. Godwinn and Phantasio, however, indicate that the McMahon gimmick-oriented philosophy remains indomitable. Below Ross on the Titan creative totem poll are Bruce Pritchard and Pat Patterson.

WWF and veteran Bob Backlund have parted company after his contract expired. Backlund has been unavailable to comment.

According to insiders, WWF have signed Kensuke Shinzaki. He could make an appearance as early as their next show as the mysterious Buddhist pilgrimn Hakushi. Rumours are swirling that newcomer Hakushi will side with Jim Cornette and British Bulldog in their feud vs. Owen Hart and Jim Neidhart.

Barry Windham files a lawsuit against WCW on grounds of Negligence, for forcing him to wrestle with a severe knee injury at the “Slamboree” PPV in 1994. Windham is expected to return from his injury shortly and is rumoured to be on WWF's shortlist.

Yokozuna is having some minor surgery and is expected to return in April as a free agent.

AJPW superstar Kenta Kobashi was awarded "Wrestler Of The Year". This marks the first time has gained this honour.

All Japan Pro Wrestling landed the "Company Of The Year" award. The promotion had a great 1994 and will be hoping to continue their hot streak over the coming twelve months.

The 1994 "Tag Team Of The Year" award has gone to AJPW Unified World Tag Team champions Kenta Kobashi and Mitsuharu Misawa. This marks the first time that the duo have landed the trophy.

The "Match Of The Year" has been awarded to the match where Mitsuharu Misawa defeated Kenta Kobashi at a AJPW Showdown Tour event in November.

The "Show Of The Year" award has gone to WCW Halloween Havoc, which was held in October headlined by Hulk Hogan defeating Ric Flair in a Steel Cage match to win the WCW World Heavyweight title.

After much deliberation, it is AJPW wrestler Richard Slinger who has been named "Young Wrestler Of The Year" for the first time, after a great 1994 including winning the AJPW All Asia Tag Team titles with Takao Omori.

The "Veteran Wrestler Of The Year" award has gone, for the second time, to American brawler Stan "The Lariat" Hansen. This caps a great 1994 for the experienced AJPW veteran.

The "Female Wrestler Of The Year" has been named as AJW and LLPW wrestler Manami Toyota, based on her performances over the past twelve months. This is the third time that she has won the trophy.

The 34 year old American Miss Elizabeth has capped off a great 1994 by being awarded Manager Of The Year for managing Ric Flair in WCW. It is the first time she has been given the honour.

The "Announcer Of The Year" award is always hotly contested, and this year was no different. However, after all the votes were counted, it was WCW Main Event announcer Gordon Solie who won the award, the fifth time he has been given the coveted title.

WWF and SMW employee Jim Cornette has cause to celebrate, having been named the "Colour Commentator Of The Year". This marks his first time with the trophy.

The highly prestigious "Referee Of The Year" award has gone to WCW referee Nick Patrick, for an excellent twelve months of mat-slapping and enforcing the rules.

WCW veteran "Terrific" Terry Taylor moves on, after his contract expired. Taylor says that he has reached the point where age starts to take its toll and wants a lighter schedule by working in ECWA and MEWF instead of WCW.

WCW and retired wrestler Larry Zbyszko have parted company after his contract expired.

GWF Wrestling Superstars ends run. The tv show ended its contracted run on ESPN last night, and was officially declared "off air", with no more broadcasters backing it.

Alarm bells are ringing around Paul Alperstein's AWF, as strong rumours are circulating that the company is set to make wide-ranging cutbacks following a recent decline in business. Many wrestlers are preparing themselves for the worst, although it is said that the promotion will try to keep its top stars in place in an attempt to compete with WWF and WCW.

PWA New Year's Wrestlelution report! Pro Wrestling America held New Year's Wrestlelution in Unity Hall in Saginaw, Michigan and drew 400 fans. The feedback has been awesome, the small company has outshone some of the bigger companies' recent efforts. Shane Douglas put in the star performance of the show after defeating Steve Corino to retain the PWA Heavyweight Championship. The vacant PWA Light Heavyweight Championship was claimed, as 17 year old Mr. Aguila became the new champion after defeating Blitzkrieg.

The Rougeau situation was all over the newspapers in Montreal this week. Jacques Rougeau has gotten a lot of flak locally for being willing to come out of retirement so soon after the city gave him such a huge, emotional send off in October. Other members of the Rougeau family are also lashing out at him and taking WWF's side, saying Rougeau showed no loyalty by trying to negotiate to bring WCW to the city after everything McMahon has done for their family.

Charles Wright (formerly Papa Shango) is rumoured to return to WWF repacked as a character named Kama, which is a rip off of UFC's Kimo Leopoldo, who became an overnight star at UFC 3 by taking Royce Gracie to his limit. The gimmick is that Kama "The Supreme Fighting Machine" is a shoot fighter coming from a fighting event called Supreme Fighting Championship. Wright has begun to study martial arts for a month or so while WWF prepare for his debut.

Bret Hart's agent released a statement last week saying that there has been no negotiations with WCW and that Bret has no plans to leave WWF. The statement was put out to clear up any rumors and Bret is happy with WWF.

The reason you don't see Sid Vicious working the indie circuit is because he demands $1,500 plus first class round trip airfare to shows and it's not worth it to most indies.

ECW recently tried to bring in Dan Severn to put over Taz, but UWFi and UFC star Severn declined. ECW is trying to put ECW World Television champion Taz over as "The Human Suplex Machine", but UFC star Severn has nothing to gain by put over a midcard champion in a regional promotion.

In an SMW angle, Chris Candido and Tammy Sytch have been threatening to kill Boo Bradley's pet cat Boots if he didn't obey them by hurting their rivals.

A recent show in Japan featured a "No Rope Barbed Wire Lumberjack Cobra" Match. It's basically what it sounds and the ring was surrounded by cobra snakes.

The WWF ends the attempt to re-establishing the WWF Women's Division. In 1993, the WWF reinstated its Women's Championship, a title that had been vacant since 1990, and Madusa Miceli was brought in by the company to revive the women's division as Alundra Blayze. The Women's Division have been struggling due to lack of fan interest since the start and are now officially scrapped in an attempt to improve the WWF product and ratings in the ongoing war with rivals WCW. The promotion will instead try to improve ratings by focus heavily on celebrities, and by giving their main eventers and upper midcarders more tv time. Alundra Blayze is rumoured to be repacked as an "All-American" valet allied with Lex Luger.

There has been talk from within WWF that indicates that the current plan is for Shawn Michaels to begin a lengthy feud with Razor Ramon in the near future, with the storyline then due to be the focus of the company for at least the following six months.

Rumours are swirling that Jake "The Snake" Roberts and newcomer Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat is pencilled in to be the big feud that WWF will promote over the coming months. According to some sources, the next WWF show will see the seeds planted for a lengthy and explosive rivalry.

There has also been talk that indicates that Bret Hart is to begin a lengthy feud for the WWF World Heavyweight title with Diesel in the near future, after taking care of midcarder Irwin R. Schyster.

It is confirmed that Catch Wrestling Association, about to embark on a new tour, have completed the signings of Dan Severn and Sid Vicious. CWA hope the fresh faces will help draw more fans.

Road Warrior Animal is back from his injury. He is rumoured to be in great physical shape and is expected to tour with New Japan.

There has been talk from within WWF that indicates that the current plan is for The Undertaker to begin a lengthy feud with Ted DiBiase's Million Dollar Corporation in the near future. Evil taxman Irwin R. Schyster is imploring that everyone need to pay their taxes. Even if they are dead! The Undertaker is expected to feud with henchmen The Barbarian and King Kong Bundy, before finally go head-to-head with I.R.S. in "Death and Taxes".

Other rumoured WWF feuds are "The Nature Boy" Buddy Landel vs. "Double J" Jeff Jarrett; the goofy big man Typhoon vs. "The Model" Rick Martel; Tatanka vs. Jerry "The King" Lawler; and The Smoking Gunns vs. The Headshrinkers.
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Comments: AJPW dominates the top 10 list with New Japan stars Toshiaki Kawada, Shinya Hashimoto and Keiji Mutoh being the exceptions. Kawada jumped ship from AJPW to NJPW. Genichiro Tenryu is in WAR, while Atsushi Onita is a FMW loyalist. WWF have Bob Backlund and Bret Hart on the list. The Warrior is still AJPW Triple Crown champion.
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Default WCW Worldwide - [Friday / Week 2 /January / 1995]



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





Alex Wright vs. Dan Covell

In a bout that had decent wrestling but little heat, speedy high flier "Das Wunderkind" Alex Wright defeated Dan Covell in 5:56 by pinfall with a Hangman's Neckbreaker.

Rating: 65 C



Quote:
Cruiserweight Division Vignette



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

Rating: 71 C+


Underdog Challenge



Frankie Lancaster vs. Nasty Ned

In "The Battle of The Underdogs" with top notch selling but little heat, Frankie "The Thumper" Lancaster defeated tough brawler Nasty Ned in 5:15 by pinfall with a fast Roll Up.

Rating: 47 D



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Konnan Vignette



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

Coming Soon to WCW...

Rating: 63 C




The Wrecking Crew vs. Buck Quartermain and Johnny Weiss

The ripped muscle boy Van Hammer is being intentionally stiff and taking liberties with jobbers Buck Quartermain and Johnny Weiss. In a squash match, Van Hammer defeated Johnny Weiss in 1:44 by pinfall with a Demolition Hammer after trying to hit his opponent as hard as possible throughout the match.

Rating: 48 D+



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Vader Roadkill Tour



A highlight video is shown to promote Vader and Harley Race.

There is no bigger bad ass than Vader. A big, stiff, powerful, muscular, athletic monster from the Rocky Mountains, anyone who gets in his way is destroyed and sent to the hospital for his trouble. Vader is an legend in Japan and due to Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan avoiding him and his title shot, his rage grows stronger than ever. No one can escape the Monster’s wrath.

Highlights of Vader destroying opponents in WCW and Japan are shown.

Rating: 100 A*




The Fantastics vs. The Barrio Brothers

In a bout that had good rasslin', and decent heat, The Fantastics defeated The Barrio Brothers in 6:07 when Bobby Fulton defeated Ricky Santana by pinfall with a Rocket Launcher. During the match we also saw Bad Attitude (Bobby Eaton and Steve Keirn) watching The Fantastics from the ramp.

Rating: 67 C+



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





Tonights arm wrestling match in the DDP's Arm Wrestling Invitational will feature Van Hammer vs. Maxx Payne. In a intense arm wrestling match, ripped muscle boy Van Hammer defeated gritty Death Metal fan Maxx Payne.

Rating: 82 B


The announcers informs us that the quarter finals in DDP's Arm Wrestling Invitational will start next week...





Here comes "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan, Marcus Alexander Bagwell and The Patriot with an American flag in one hand and Duggan's trusty 2x4 in the other. You disrespect America, you disrespect "Hacksaw". "Hooooooooooooooo!!!" "U-S-A!" "U-S-A!" "U-S-A!"



WCW World Six-Man Tag Team Titles



© Jim Duggan & Stars 'n' Stripes vs. Paul Orndorff & The High Rollers

In a entertaining WWF-style cartoon match, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan and Stars 'n' Stripes defeated "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff and The High Rollers in 7:48 when Jim Duggan defeated The Hustler by pinfall with a Scoop Slam. Jim Duggan and Stars 'n' Stripes make defence number 3 of their WCW World Six-Man Tag Team Championship titles.

With a frenzied voice and wild pantomimes, The Hustler vociferously protest to the referee. He claims that his trunks have been pulled by "Hacksaw" to score the victory.

Rating: 73 B-

Show Rating: 74 B-
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These are the results from WCW Saturday Night, being held by World Championship Wrestling. It is being held in front of 14,625 Williams Arena in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It's a Sell Out!



Tony Schiavone, Bobby Heenan & Gene Okerlund open the show telling us that tonight’s Main Event will be Quarter Final in the WCW United States Title Tournament between arch enemies Sting and The Great Muta.



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WCW Special Report



An 'Special Report' of WCW/New Japan Supershow 4 narrated by Eric Bischoff which stated Hulk Hogan retained the WCW World Title against Antonio Inoki Januari 4th in Tokyo Dome at around the 16-minute mark; it was also noted that Sting and Masahiro Chono went to a 30 minute time limit draw; The Four Horsemen defeated Randy Savage, Brian Pillman, Dustin Rhodes and Ray Traylor in a 4 vs. 4 match; and that The Great Muta defeated Hiroshi Hase.

Rating: 95 A*




It's time for pro wrestling's take on Little Richard, Johnny B. Badd with the Badd Blaster in tow...





Johnny B. Badd vs. Johnny Weiss

In a squash match with flashy offense, "The Badd Man" Johnny B. Badd defeated jobber Johnny Weiss in 1:30 by pinfall after landing the Tutti Frutti (Left-handed knockout hook).

Rating: 57 C-



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Cruiserweight Division Vignette



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

Rating: 67 C+




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

They are bad to the bone...






Adam Flash and Bobby Blaze vs. Miracle Violence Connection w/ Col. Parker

In an stiff squash match, Miracle Violence Connection destroyed mullet wearing jobbers Adam Flash and Bobby Blaze with big power moves. It ended in 1:54 when Terry "Bamm Bamm" Gordy defeated Adam Flash by pinfall with a hard-hitting DDT.

Rating: 59 C



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Post-match Confrontation



Post-match, Miracle Violence Connection are celebrating, while Col. Robert Parker is puffing his cigar and is bragging that Steve Williams and Terry Gordy are the toughest, stiffest and meanest tag team in WCW. They will get a title shot and take the tag team titles.


When...



They are interrupted...



The crowd goes wild...





As fan favorites Rick and Scott Steiner make their way down the ramp...

The Steiners get into the ring, and are squaring off with "Dr. Death" and "Bamm Bamm". The two teams have "Unfinished Business" in the ring and will continue their feud and settle the score in WCW to find out which team is the "Best in the World". Two legitimate badass tag teams with shooter reputations ready to continue feuding in one of the strongest Tag Team Divisions in the World.

The argument soon turns physical, into a wild brawl, with the chaos spilling out all around ringside. Eventually a number of officials and other wrestlers have to hit the ring and pull them apart before they kill each other.

Rating: 86 B+


Schiavone is extatic. The Steiner Brothers are back in WCW...



Quote:
Konnan Vignette



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

Coming Soon to WCW...

Rating: 68 C+




Huge pop for the Macho Man...





Randy Savage vs. The Gambler

In a entertaining match with good heat, "Macho Man" Randy Savage defeated Arn Anderson-clone The Gambler in 5:58 by pinfall with a Savage Elbow Drop.

Rating: 73 B-



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Clash Of The Champions Control Center



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



After a break, we're with Gene Okerlund



"Mean Gene" interviews WCW World Heavyweight champion Hulk Hogan. "Well you know something Mean Gene..."

Hulk Hogan says that the Clash of the Champions is his task to prove that John Tenta don’t deserve to be in the ring with Hulkamania. Hogan could feel the power of the Hulkamaniacs at Starrcade. Now Hogan is going to prove to Tenta that he isn’t at Hogan's level. Hogan believes that Tenta will be shaking in his boots!

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



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

Johnny B. Badd vs. Paul Orndorff

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

WCW World Tag Team Title Match

The Nasty Boys vs. Harlem Heat

Ray Traylor vs. Meng

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

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

Rating: 97 A*




Barry Horowitz vs. John Tenta w/ Jimmy Hart

In an squash match, "Big" John Tenta defeated Barry Horowitz in 0:33 by pinfall with a Scoop Powerslam followed by a Avalanche Drop. While Jimmy Hart jumps around like a little runt screaming in his megaphone.

Rating: 57 C-



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Interview w/ John Tenta



"Mean Gene" interviews John Tenta and Jimmy Hart, and they repeat much of the same from some weeks ago. Simply put Hogan is afraid of John Tenta, the first man to ever knock Hogan out of action for a long time. Hogan knows that he can't beat Tenta, the 400 pound monster.

Rating: 100 A*




They call him Ray, his last name is Traylor
So break the law, and end up in a broken heap
Truth and justice are what he's fighting for
Ray Traylor is the man, he is the law
With a custom baseball bat he rules the streets
Crime's his only enemy and he's going to war
Judge, jury, and executioner
And every perp he meets will taste defeat...






Ray Traylor vs. Chris Covell

In an extremely brutal and stiff squash match, powerhouse Ray "The Law" Traylor defeated jobber Chris Covell in 3:24 by pinfall with an Enzuigiri.

Rating: 58 C-



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Interview w/ Ray Traylor



Post-match, "Mean Gene" had an interview with the Vigilante Ray "The Law" Traylor hyping his upcoming singles match with Meng. He puts over Meng's size, ability and reputation as the Scariest Man in the History of Wrestling, but says he's taken down bigger and badder in Street Fights, and may the better man win.

Rating: 78 B


Tony Schiavone considers the next match to be one of the main events on tonight’s program...



WCW World Tag Team Title Match



The Armstrongs II vs. Harlem Heat ©

Booker T and Brad Armstrong opened the bout working on each other’s arm. Neither man was able to get a clear cut advantage until Brian tagged in and kept Booker T on the mat with an Arm Lock and tagged out to Brad to keep the quick pace. Stevie Ray tagged in, but didn’t do any better until he tossed Brian across the ring and used his size advantage to give his team the upper hand.

Brad got a hot tag after Brian avoided top rope leg drop by Booker. Brad’s offense didn’t last as Stevie hit a big Powerslam and Booker T followed up with a Leaping Sidekick. Brad avoided a middle rope Forearm shot by Booker T and Brian got the hot tag. The Armstrong’s Dropkicked Stevie Ray and backdropped Booker T! Brad distracted the referee on accident and allowed Stevie Ray to leap off the middle rope to club Brad over the head while he had a pin and Booker T got the pin.

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Harlem Heat defeated The Armstrongs II in 10:23 when Booker T defeated Brian Armstrong by pinfall.

During the match we also saw powerhouse duo Ice Train and Scott "Flash" Norton watching Harlem Heat from the ramp.

Harlem Heat make defence number 8 of their WCW World Tag Team Championship titles.

Rating: 76 B-



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Interview w/ Harlem Heat



Eric Bischoff had an interview with WCW World Tag Team champions Harlem Heat hyping their feud with Fire and Ice. Booker T talks about their tag title match against Fire and Ice at Starrcade. He isn’t impressed by Ice Train and Scott "Flash" Norton.

"Harlem Heat is here to dominate the WCW tag team ranks, suckas got to know!”

Booker T says that if Fire and Ice wants another title shot they have to prove that they are worthy contenders by defeating Badd Company in the No. 1 Contenders' Tag Team Match, while Harlem Heat take care of the filthy white trash duo called The Nasty Boys.

"Don't hate the player, hate the game."

Rating: 82 B




Dustin Rhodes vs. Bobby Eaton

"The Natural" Dustin Rhodes starts the match taking "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton over with an Arm Drag. They trade Hip Tosses with Eaton taunting the fans after hitting his. Rhodes controls Eaton on the canvas with a Head Scissor.

Blacktop Bully and Col. Robert Parker appear at ringside to watch Rhodes in action.

Dustin uses his legs to catapult Eaton to the mat to regain control of the contest. Rhodes nails Eaton with a series of Elbow Strikes and Punches Eaton over the top to the floor. Eaton drops Dustin arm first across the top rope to regain control. Eaton drops Rhodes with an Arm Breaker and works over the arm of Dustin. Rhodes tries to fight back, but is met with a Clothesline. Dustin tries to get out of an Armbar, but Eaton keeps the hold on for a few moments unable to get a submission. Eaton controls the match and show the fans that he is one of the best technical wrestlers in the company.

Blacktop Bully and Col. Parker leaves the ringside area.

Eaton heads to the top rope and hits a Knee Drop! Dustin is able to kick out at two. Rhodes comes off the ropes to hit a Running Bulldog to win the match.

In a bout that had great wrestling and a good reaction from the crowd, Dustin Rhodes defeated Bobby Eaton in 12:14 by pinfall with a Running Bulldog.

Rating: 81 B



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Interview w/ The Four Horsemen



"Mean Gene" interviews the The Four Horsemen.

They are brash, arrogant, and the fans either love them or love to hate them. It's The Four Horsemen with their Rolex’s and expensive suits.

They are bragging about flying jets from town to town and riding limos to the arenas. You don’t become a part of the faction because of friendship or because of a common cause, you become a member when you impressed Ric Flair or Arn Anderson enough to earn that spot. Being a member of The Four Horsemen mean you are one of the Elite in the Wrestling Business.

They say that they will destroy that freak Brian Pillman; and warns the whole WCW roster to stay out of the way. Austin says that Pillman is a coward and that he will end his career. Then they held up the sign of the Four Horsemen.

Rating: 100 A*




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





Here comes the Japanese superstar, The Great Muta…



WCW United States Title Tournament Quarter Final



Sting vs. The Great Muta

It's time for the last quarter final in the WCW United States Title Tournament and these two WCW superstars have "Unfinished Business" in the ring. Crowd's hot and the match has a ton of energy and drama! The Great Muta have his opponent almost beat. He goes up on the top rope, and out of nowhere Sting catches The Great Muta coming off the top with a hard-hitting Powerslam.

In an unbelievable match, Sting defeated The Great Muta in a Tournament Quarter Final match in 16:25 by pinfall with a Powerslam.

Rating: 94 A



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Interview w/ Vader



"Mean" Gene interviews former WCW United States Champion Big Van Vader and his manager Harley Race. "Mean" Gene says that Vader and Hulk Hogan will not be allowed to be near each other until SuperBrawl in February.

Vader says that it was done by Commissioner Bockwinkel to protect Hogan from the "Rocky Mountain Monster". Vader has two tickets for the Clash of Champions and makes it clear that Hogan will see him at some point. Vader and Harley Race are hyping their appearence at The Clash against the will of WCW. Vader even says that he could go to Hogan’s house!

“Who’s the man?”

“Who’s the man?”

“Who’s the man?”

“It’s Vader!”

“Vader is the man!”

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

Rating: 100 A*
Show Rating 89 A
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These are the results from WCW Main Event, being held by World Championship Wrestling.



Gordon Solie, Dusty Rhodes & Eric Bischoff open the show telling us that tonight’s Main Event will be a tag team match between Fire and Ice and the duo of Bunkhouse Buck and Bob Orton Jr.





Alex Wright vs. David Young

The ladies favorite dancing guy, "Das Wunderkind" Alex Wright was in action against mullet wearing jobber David Young. The young German wins the match following a Springboard Top Rope Crossbody in 2:38.

Rating: 54 C-



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Cruiserweight Division Vignette



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

Rating: 71 C+




Joey Maggs and Rikki Nelson vs. The High Rollers

In a decent bout, The High Rollers (The Gambler and The Hustler) defeated "Jumping" Joey Maggs and "Heartthrob" Rikki Nelson in 5:03 when The Gambler defeated Rikki Nelson by pinfall with The Wild Card.

You got to know when to hold ’em, know when to fold ’em. Know when to walk away, know when to……get your ass kicked?!?

Rating: 57 C-



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WCW Special Report



An 'Special Report' of WCW/New Japan Supershow 4 narrated by Eric Bischoff which stated Hulk Hogan retained the WCW World Title against Antonio Inoki Januari 4th in Tokyo Dome at around the 16-minute mark; it was also noted that Sting and Masahiro Chono went to a 30 minute time limit draw; The Four Horsemen defeated Randy Savage, Brian Pillman, Dustin Rhodes and Ray Traylor in a 4 vs. 4 match; that The Great Muta defeated Hiroshi Hase.

Rating: 95 A*




Here comes The Patriot carrying an American flag in his hand. Resulting in loud "U-S-A!" "U-S-A!" "U-S-A!" chants...





The Patriot vs. The Terrorist

You disrespect America, you disrespect The Patriot. The Patriot is focusing on trying to unmask The Terrorist, since it's one the most sought after secrets in the World of Pro Wrestling. In a decent bout, The Patriot defeated The Terrorist in 5:08 by pinfall with a Patriot Missile. However The Patriot fails to unmask The Terrorist as the sneaky villain wears double masks and manages to escape.

Rating: 61 C



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Clash Of The Champions Control Center




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



After a break, we're with Gene Okerlund



"Mean Gene" interviews weasel-like manager Jimmy Hart and dominant monster heel "Big" John Tenta, about Tenta facing WCW World Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan at The Clash Of The Champions. Tenta says he had Sting beaten at Starrcade. However, it was a conspiracy to screw him over at the event by everyone. Jimmy Hart tells us they are going to get payback for what Sting did to them. Tenta thinks Sting squeaked his way to avoid a loss. Hart’s only fear is that Sting will survive, but knows that John Tenta will get the job done and end Hulk Hogan and Hulkamania at The Clash.


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

Johnny B. Badd vs. Paul Orndorff

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

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

Ray Traylor vs. Meng

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

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

Rating: 100 A*




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






Scott Studd vs. Paul Orndorff w/ Toni

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

The Paula chants from the fans are loud...

In a bout that had decent wrestling, but didn't have much heat, "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff defeated Teen Idol Scott Studd in 6:25 by pinfall with a Spike Piledriver. "Mr. Wonderful" was very heelish in his way, and played-up his superior physique bullying his opponent around.

Rating: 73 B-



Bobby Heenan's pro-heel cheering on commentary had a great feel to it. Heenan like both "Mr. Wonderful" and his catchy theme song...



Quote:
Interview w/ Paul Orndorff



Gene Okerlund had an interview with "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff introducing his stunning new valet Toni and hyping his upcoming singles match with Johnny B. Badd at The Clash...





With "The Badd Man" then appearing and saying if Orndorff beat him then he would call him "Mr. Wonderful" and "The Prettiest Man In WCW", but until then he was simply "Paula".

Badd then took off his robe to reveal a "Paula" shirt underneath with Orndorff throwing his robe down in anger and challenged Badd to face him then and there.

Orndorff was held back by officials on the floor as the segment came to a close...

Rating: 95 A*




Fire and Ice w/ Teddy Long vs. Bunkhouse Buck & Bob Orton Jr.

This bout had a great brawling aspect to it and was both hard-hitting and reckless. In a entertaining brawl, powerhouse duo Fire and Ice defeated grizzled veterans Bunkhouse Buck & Bob Orton Jr. in 9:19 when Scott "Flash" Norton defeated Bob Orton Jr. by pinfall with a Flashback followed by a Train Wreck.

Rating: 75 B-

Show Rating 73 B-
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Fire and Ice seem to be heating up nicely! Also loving how big Vader is in this diary and your thinking, always thought he should’ve been a much bigger deal in WWF when he jumped there which is when I was first watching wrestling
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Title vs. Career has me really intrigued, as Tenta should have plenty of legs still under him even after Hogan beats him. And I can't see any way that you actually give him the title. Unless maybe a count out or DQ loss for Hulk? I know you've already put Sting over the Quake, but there's still a lot he can do as a big, nasty monster. You've got my attention on this so much!
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Fire and Ice seem to be heating up nicely! Also loving how big Vader is in this diary and your thinking, always thought he should’ve been a much bigger deal in WWF when he jumped there which is when I was first watching wrestling
Ice Train and Scott Norton looks like possible future main eventers and their skills are really developing fast. Despite their menace and Teddy Long, their overness seems to be the slowest to increase, but feuding with the top tag teams hopefully will get them really over.

Vader is a pure beast and a money maker. Flair is the only heel in WCW that's more over than Vader. Apart from the Triple Threat Match where The Guardian Angel was pinned by Sting; Vader's only loss so far is in UWFi against Nobuhiko Takada for the UWFi title, so he has steamrolled through the opposition.



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Title vs. Career has me really intrigued, as Tenta should have plenty of legs still under him even after Hogan beats him. And I can't see any way that you actually give him the title. Unless maybe a count out or DQ loss for Hulk? I know you've already put Sting over the Quake, but there's still a lot he can do as a big, nasty monster. You've got my attention on this so much!
Tenta seems to be really easy to build as a monster heel. His overness in the U.S. is 89, but some workers are likely to be cut in 1995 to avoid stockpiling and to free up more spotlight to use all employed workers. Hopefully some workers end up being stolen by WWF. I need some spotlight for the Cruiserweight Division and for some new workers.



One thing that i really like in this save is that some of the less popular workers that are disliked by the smarks are getting way over. The most popular tag team in WCW isn't Fire and Ice, Harlem Heat, The Steiners or Miracle Violence Connection. It's The Nasties. They're between 77-78 in overness and the maniac Kevin Sullivan that is being extremely stiff against all jobbers, his overness is 82. The WCW fans really seems to enjoy the hard-hitting garbage workers.
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1994 will be remembered for several huge stories. WWF head honcho Vince McMahon spent 3 weeks on trial for steroid conspiracy charges. Wrestling legend Hulk Hogan signed with Ted Turner's WCW, making the dream feud with Ric Flair come true. Ultimate Fighting Championship became strong PPV competition for the pro wrestling companies. Commentator Jim Ross was fired and rehired twice. Former WWF stars Hulk Hogan and Curt Hennig main-eventing Starrcade. "The Heir to Hulk Hogan" Lex Luger plummeting to midcard status in WWF. The Undertaker dying and being resurrected. Wrestling Icon Roddy Piper returning and no one caring. The Warrior touring with All Japan and winning the AJPW Triple Crown. Jesse "The Body" Ventura getting canned by WCW. Scott Norton becoming a megastar in the Far East by winning the IWGP World Heavyweight championship. Paul Heyman and ECW taking it to the Extreme by leaving the NWA and starting the Hardcore Revolution.

Jim Cornette's SMW have been struggling and losing momentum lately, because key veterans as Dick Slater, Dory Funk Jr. and Terry Funk are sidelined from active competition due to long term injuries.

Hulk Hogan vs. Vader is scheduled to headline SuperBrawl. The problem is Vader is a legitimate badass in WCW and the promotion is very protective of pushing Vader as "real" and he will have serious problems with the dominant monster heel doing a clean job to anyone, especially Hulk Hogan, the poster child of "fake" wrestling. As for the dream match itself, Vader is at his best when he has opponents that don't mind his stiff work and Hogan ain't gonna go for that.

King Kong Bundy title win. The veteran began his first reign as WWF European champion last night, when he won the match against Bart Gunn to decide a worthy champion for the previously vacant title at Monday Night Raw. The title was previously vacated when The Underfaker (Brian Lee) lost his feud against The Undertaker and left the promotion.

The wrestling promotions are concerned by the growth of UFC. Many experts feel that if UFC continues to gain popularity, the realism of it will make fans realize even more just how fake pro wrestling is. Others feel UFC is just a fad and that government regulations will eventually kill it. UFC's PPV buyrates are definitely worrying to both WWF and WCW. Japan is about 10 years ahead of America when it comes to wrestling trends and they've already dealt with situations like this back in the 80s, with the rise of UWF and UWFi which presented a more realistic, stiffer style and forced AJPW and NJPW to adapt to survive. Wrestling expert Dave Meltzer thinks that WWF will adapt and change first, because when WCW loses money, it comes from Ted Turner. But when WWF loses money, it comes directly from Vince McMahon's pocket and he's very serious about his bottom line. With Hogan running WCW, Meltzer doesn't think they'll change at all in 1995.

In AAA Black Panther, La Parka and May Flowers began their first reign as Mexican National Trios champions last night, when they took the titles away from Mascara Sagrada, Angel Azteca and Blue Panther.

UWA champion El Canek has been talking about retiring, because business in Mexico is so bad at the moment. Losing it's biggest draw would be a severe setback for UWA.

HWA developement wrestler Glen Jacobs is expected debuting in WWF using the name Dr. Isaac Yankem, doing a Diesel-type gimmick where he's acting as Jerry "The King" Lawler's dentist and bodyguard; and no-selling everything. Expect Dr. Isaac Yankem to be part of Lawler's storyline with Tatanka.

Many fans have noticed that FMW wrestler Vampiro has noticeably bulked up recently, adding a lot of new muscle mass to his now-Light Heavyweight frame. He is believed to be hoping that by creating a new, more powerful look he will be able to take his career to new heights and end up a star in one of the major promotions.

There's concern over the cat-squishing angle in SMW (with Boo Bradley, Chris Candido and Tammy Sytch) that was filmed, but hasn't aired on TV yet. There's concern that some of the TV stations might be upset by it.

Insiders claim that Diesel seems to be manipulating the WWF locker room against Mabel.

Tully Blanchard is rumoured coming in to challenge Shane Douglas this week, with the idea being that Tully is another member of Ric Flair's posse and Douglas is basically fighting and beating anyone associated with Flair.

FMW saw a title change last night, as the previously vacant FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Championship was won by Masato Tanaka and Mitsuhiro Matsunaga by defeating The Headhunters.

"The Madman from Sudan" Abdullah the Butcher has opened up a restaurant in the Atlanta area called Abdullah's House of Ribs and Chinese Food.

It was confirmed last night that NJPW, about to embark on a new tour, have completed the signing of Road Warrior Animal. He will be joining them for the entire span of the tour, as NJPW hope the fresh faces will help draw more fans.

A new King of Pancrase! Masakatsu Funaki began his first reign as Pancrase King of Pancrase champion last night, when he won the match against Shigeki Sato to decide a worthy champion for the previously vacant title at Pancrase 15. The title was vacated when Yoji Anjo decided to take time off training for an upcoming MMA fight. Pancrase 15 drew 3,359 fans and feedback has been that the show was awesome, with UFC star Ken Shamrock said to be the star of the show after defeating Masayuki Naruse in a excellent match.

A Virginia newspaper did a story on Scott "Flash" Norton, who was quoted talking about how much better the wrestling business is doing in Japan as opposed to America. Norton also hinted that Hogan is looking for new big monsters to feud with and Norton fits the bill. But he also said that Hogan isn't going to want to work with someone who will stiff him.

AWF and ECW bad blood. If comment by Paul Alperstein and Paul Heyman are to be taken seriously, it looks like a new found hostility has emerged between AWF and ECW. Both owners have made disparaging comments about the other's company, and it looks like a bitter rivalry may be starting.

The peso in Mexico has lost a lot of its value in recent months, down 43% from the dollar in just the last two weeks, which makes promoting shows in the U.S. even more important for Mexican promotions like AAA or CMLL. This also gives U.S. promoters who want to use Mexican stars a lot more leverage.

Terri Runnels has signed a contract with WWF and is rumoured to be repacked as Marlena, a demanding Diva who manages a strong man who does all her dirty work for her.

WCW is planning to put together a cruiserweight tournament to crown the new WCW Cruiserweight champion, but it's been delayed for a bit because no one can seem to get their act together on it. Eric Bischoff was in Japan attending the New Japan Tokyo Dome show and is expected to try to bring in a couple of guys from there like Koji Kanemoto, Shinjiro Otani, Super Tiger, Wild Pegasus and IWGP Jr. Heavyweight champion El Samurai for the tournament. Bischoff also has a deal with AAA's Antonio Pena to bring it a couple of their wrestlers like Eddie Guerrero, Rey Mysterio Jr., Psychosis and La Parka.

Former NFL football player and muscular big heavyweight wrestler Tony Norris, known as Moadib in Global Wrestling Federation are expected to debut in WWF shortly as Ahmed Johnson. He is said to be limited in the ring, but equipped with major star quality and perfectly fits Vince McMahon's powerhouse mold.

Hulk Hogan is meeting with TV producers this week to sell his idea of a Thunder In Paradise spin-off show called Thunderforce which would star himself, Sting, Mr. T, and a female martial artist as a four-person team that would all be equal co-stars. The show would also feature guest appearances by Ed Leslie, Jim Duggan, Brian Knobbs, Jerry Sags and Terry Szopinski.

WCW's financial losses are higher than ever this year. On paper, it doesn't look as bad since Hulk Hogan's salary comes from Ted Turner's pocket, but if you include that, WCW has loses of more than $6 million for 1994. Because of this, there is intense pressure on Eric Bischoff to cut about half a million from the payroll, so expect some heads to roll soon. As you can imagine, there's a lot of internal fighting over who's paychecks get cut or who gets let go.

Jean Paul Levesque wants to be a singles star and WWF has a reputation of being able to make stars almost out of nobodies, which is something WCW has almost never been able to do. So Levesque jumped ship to WWF and is rumoured to have befriended both Vince McMahon and his teen daughter Stephanie.

WWF star Diesel missed a few house shows last week, because his mother passed away.

Speaking of Diesel, there's already a lot of talk within WWF that he's not the answer to their problems as a top draw and that veteran Bob Backlund as a top star was a fiasco which is being blamed on Pat Patterson, who apparently pushed for Backlund to get a main event run. It's rumoured that WWF will eventually giving midcarder Shawn Michaels a run on top replacing both Diesel and Bret Hart.

Expect Kama "The Supreme Fighting Machine" to get a big push when he comes in because WWF wants to create a popular black superstar.
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These are the results from WCW Worldwide, being held by World Championship Wrestling.









Alex Wright vs. Scott Studd

In a decent match, 19 year old blue chipper "Das Wunderkind" Alex Wright defeated teen idol Scott Studd in 5:52 by pinfall with a Hangman's Neckbreaker.

Rating: 58 C-



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Cruiserweight Division Vignette



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

Rating: 69 C+




Rikki Nelson vs. Sgt. Craig Pittman

In a decent match, Angry Marine Corps Drill Sergeant Craig "Pittbull" Pittman defeated "Heartthrob" Rikki Nelson in 3:09 by submission with a Code Red.

Rating: 51 D+



Underdog Challenge



Eddie Golden & Stan Lee vs. The Power Company

In a "Battle of the Underdogs" that became a one-sided squash match, bodybuilder duo The Power Company defeated Eddie Golden and "Sweet" Stan Lee in 1:35 when Dave Power destroyed Stan Lee by pinfall with a Powerbomb.

Rating: 45 D



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Konnan Vignette



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

Coming Soon to WCW...

Rating: 73 B-




It's time for the Payne Train!





Maxx Payne vs. Nasty Ned

In a hard-hitting brawl, gritty Death Metal fan Maxx Payne defeated the mean and sleazy brawler known as "The Original Nasty Boy" Nasty Ned in 6:02 by pinfall with a Wallapalooza.

Rating: 58 C-





The Armstrongs vs. The Diamond Mine w/ Diamond Doll

In a bout that had decent wrestling, but didn't have much heat, The Diamond Mine (Diamond Dallas Page, Pat Tanaka and Paul Diamond) defeated The Armstrongs (Brad Armstrong, Steve Armstrong and Scott Armstrong) in 6:50 when Diamond Dallas Page defeated Scott Armstrong by pinfall with a Diamond Cutter. Diamond Doll hold up the scorecard with 10 points as The Diamond Mine celebrates the victory.

Rating: 72 B-



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DDP's Arm Wrestling Invitational



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





Tonights arm wrestling match in the DDP's Arm Wrestling Invitational will feature Van Hammer vs. The Samoan Savage. In a intense arm wrestling match, ripped muscle boy Van Hammer defeated The Samoan Savage. Van Hammer wins his Quarter Final and moves on to the next round.

Rating: 83 B+




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





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





Stars 'n' Stripes vs. The Blue Bloods

High energy offense by Stars 'n' Stripes while The Blue Bloods are stalling and delivering great reversals and a good amateur display.

In a bout that had good wrestling and a good reaction from the crowd, The Blue Bloods defeated Stars 'n' Stripes in 7:30 when Steven Regal defeated The Patriot by submission with a Regal Stretch after blatantly cheating behind the referee's back.

Rating: 73 B-

Show Rating: 70 C+
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The new Number One in Professional Wrestling...

These are the results from WCW Saturday Night, being held by World Championship Wrestling. It is being held in front of 15,000 people at Boston Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. It's a Sell Out!









Tony Schiavone, Bobby "The Brain" Heenan and "Mean" Gene Okerlund open the show telling us that tonight’s Main Event will be Semi Final in the WCW United States Title Tournament between Sting and Four Horsemen member Curt Hennig.



The announcers then go over all the Hulk Hogan vs. Vader stuff and hype the fact that there's a "restraining order" between them...



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





Barry Horowitz vs. The Blacktop Bully w/ Col. Parker

The Blacktop Bully roughed up jobber Barry Horowitz until he put the Breaker 1-9 on him to earn the submission win in 1:59.

Rating: 57 C-



Quote:
Cruiserweight Division Vignette



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

Rating: 67 C+




Dustin Rhodes vs. Nasty Ned

"The Natural" Dustin Rhodes is in action against mean and sleazy brawler Nasty Ned. After a minute, Col. Robert Parker and The Blacktop Bully made their way down to ringside to scout Dustin Rhodes and at one point and it briefly distracts Dustin allowing "The Original Nasty Boy" Nasty Ned to take control with his gritty brawling.

Col. Parker and The Blacktop Bully leaves without any confrontation with Rhodes. Ten seconds after leaving, Dustin Rhodes gets the win following a Running Bulldog in 4:39.

Rating: 72 B-



Quote:
Konnan Vignette



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

Coming Soon to WCW...

Rating: 82 B




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

They are bad to the bone...






Bobby Starr and David Walby vs. Miracle Violence Connection w/ Col. Parker

It's time for another "Prescription for Punishment". In an one-sided and hard-hitting squash match, Miracle Violence Connection destroyed jobbers Bobby Starr and David Walby. It ended in 2:13 when "Dr. Death" Steve Williams defeated David Walby by pinfall with an Oklahoma Stampede.

Rating: 58 C-



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Interview w/ John Tenta



Mean Gene had an interview with "Big" John Tenta and weasel-like manager Jimmy Hart hyping Tenta's upcoming singles match with Hulk Hogan at The Clash.

Tenta says he had Sting beaten at Starrcade ’94. However, it was a conspiracy to screw him over at the event by everyone. Next week he is wrestling WCW World Heavyweight champion Hulk Hogan at The Clash Of The Champions and he can’t wait to squash Hogan with the Avalanche Drop.

Jimmy Hart tells us they are going to get payback for what Sting did to them. Jimmy Hart thinks Sting squeaked his way to avoid a loss. His fear is that Hogan will survive, but knows that Tenta will get the job done.

Rating: 100 A*




Scott Studd vs. Bobby Eaton

Scott Studd got some offense going until he was stopped by "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton with a Powerslam. Eaton followed up with a Discus Clothesline. Eaton absorbs a Dropkick before hitting a Swinging Neckbreaker and picks up the win following a Alabama Jam. In an extremely short match, Bobby Eaton defeated Scott Studd in 4:34 by pinfall with an Alabama Jam.

Rating: 72 B-



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Highlight Video on The Four Horsemen



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

Hightlights of Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Curt Hennig and Steve Austin are shown.

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


Rating: 100 A*




Huge pop for The Steiner Brothers...





The Steiner Brothers vs. The Texas Hangmen

In a bout that had good rasslin' and decent heat, The Steiner Brothers defeated The Texas Hangmen in 5:41 when Rick Steiner defeated Psycho by pinfall with a Steinerizer.

Rating: 73 B-



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Post-match Confrontation



Post-match, The Steiner Brothers are celebrating.



When...



They are joined by Col. Parker and Miracle Violence Connection. Col. Parker is puffing his cigar and bragging the Steve Williams and Terry Gordy are the toughest, stiffest and meanest tag team in WCW. They will get a title shot and take the tag team titles.

The two teams have "Unfinished Business" in the ring and will continue their feud and settle the score in WCW to find out which team is the "Best in the World". Two legitimate badass tag teams with shooter reputations ready to continue feuding in one of the strongest Tag Team Divisions in the World.

Parker is challenging The Steiners to a No. 1 Contenders' Tag Team Match at SuperBrawl. The Steiners are squaring off with "Dr. Death" and "Bamm Bamm" and accepts the challenge. The winners get a title shot at Uncensored in March.

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

Rating: 86 B+




Huge pop for the Macho Man...





Randy Savage vs. Bunkhouse Buck

In a superb brawl with a hot crowd, "Macho Man" Randy Savage defeated the mean and sleazy brawler known as Bunkhouse Buck in 6:04 by pinfall with a Savage Elbow Drop.

Rating: 75 B-



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Interview w/ Ray Traylor



Mean Gene had an interview with the Vigilante Ray "The Law" Traylor hyping his upcoming singles match with Meng at The Clash Of The Champions. He will lay down the 'law and use violence if necessary. He will use his baseball bat to enforce the law. He will take care of Meng and then go after Col. Parker, because he has unfinished business with Colonel Parker.

Rating: 94 A




They call him Ray, his last name is Traylor
So break the law, and end up in a broken heap
Truth and justice are what he's fighting for
Ray Traylor is the man, he is the law
With a custom baseball bat he rules the streets
Crime's his only enemy and he's going to war
Judge, jury, and executioner
And every perp he meets will taste defeat...






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



WCW World Television Title Match



Ray Traylor vs. Steven Regal ©

Neither man can get the advantage at all, they're at a stand still. Great reversals, a good amateur display by Steven Regal while Ray Traylor excels in brawling and power wrestling.

In a stiff bout that had superb wrestling and great heat, Ray "The Law" Traylor drew with "Lord" Steven Regal in 15:00 when the time limit expired. Once again the English nobleman managed to stall his way to a time limit draw.

Rating: 87 B+



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Clash Of The Champions Control Center



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



After a break, we're with Gene Okerlund



"Mean" Gene Okerlund conducted an interview with WCW World Heavyweight champion Hulk Hogan, about facing John Tenta at The Clash.

"Well you know something Mean Gene..."

Hogan is already at a fever pitch with what is going to be happening at the Clash. Hogan believes all the major celebrities will be watching The Clash to see what happens. Hogan says the Hulkamaniacs are going to be wild at The Clash and that the match between himself and John Tenta may be the biggest match of all-time.

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



After a break, we're with Gene Okerlund.



Mean Gene interview "Superstar" Steve Austin and Jeannie.

He mocks the lifestyles of his rival and former tag team partner Brian Pillman and declares himself the biggest star. Austin is poised for super-stardom; he is a member of the fabled Four Horsemen; and he'd won the admiration and respect of the top stars in WCW. He is the one sure-fire, can’t miss prospect in WCW; while Pillman is simply a loner and a freak.

Austin is promising Pillman a Horsemen-style beating he will never forget.



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

Johnny B. Badd vs. Paul Orndorff

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

WCW World Tag Team Title Match

The Nasty Boys vs. Harlem Heat

Ray Traylor vs. Meng

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

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

Rating: 100 A*




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





Here comes the Four Horsemen member, Curt Hennig…



WCW United States Title Tournament Semi Final



Sting vs. Curt Hennig

Early on, they counter each others moves with neither man getting a clear cut advantage. Sting Backdrops Hennig followed by a Dropkick. Hennig gets out of a Suplex and is ran over with a stiff Clothesline before bailing to the floor after Armdrags. On the floor, Sting misses a Splash and hits the guard railing ribs first! Hennig kicks Sting to the floor and maintains control back in the ring with Kicks and Punches.

Hennig tries to get a submission with a Spinning Toe Hold but Sting refuses to give in. Sting starts to get a second wind after Hennig delivered a few more shots. Sting fights back with several strikes but misses another Splash in the corner and Hennig takes him over with a Bridging Belly to Back Suplex for a two count. Out of nowhere Sting rolls Hennig up with a fast Roll Up from the corner and gets the win.

In a bout that had unbelievable heat and superb wrestling, Sting defeated Curt Hennig in a Tournament Semi Final match in 16:32 by pinfall with a fast roll up.

Rating: 84 B+



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Interview w/ Vader



A pre-tape of "Mean" Gene Okerlund conducting an interview with former WCW United States champion Vader and Harley Race, who claimed Hulk Hogan would experience a brutal reality when Vader took his WCW World Heavyweight title at SuperBrawl.

There is no bigger bad ass than Vader. A big, stiff, powerful, muscular, athletic monster from the Rocky Mountains, anyone who gets in his way is destroyed and sent to the hospital for his trouble. No one can escape the Monster’s wrath.

"Mean Gene" says that Vader and Hogan will not be allowed to be near each other until SuperBrawl.

Harley Race believes it was done to protect Hogan from Vader; and that Hogan is washed up and only have faced "hand-picked" challengers that are "good wrestlers, but not 'real killers' like Vader"!

Harley Race said he was remembering Sting, Ron Simmons, Joe Thurman, The Guardian Angel and Cactus Jack who were all injured at the hands of the "Rocky Mountain Monster".


“Who’s the man?”

“Who’s the man?”

“Who’s the man?”

“It’s Vader!”

“Vader is the man!”

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


Rating: 100 A*
Show Rating 90 A




Comments: There might take some longer time between posts and the main reason for this is because i added Vince McMahon as a second user character controlling WWF. When the Monday Night Wars starts in september i want the WWF to still be competive and at least national in size. I will try to keep the WWF competive with the auto booker, freestyle angles and minor adjustment to avoid them of pushing workers like I.R.S., The Barbarian and Tatanka to the top.

As Vince i will push and develope the workers WWF should be building and also signing the available big name free agents so that the Monday Night Wars will be a real War...

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So glad you’re taking control of WWF. Honestly find some diaries get boring because the player will always outperform the AI
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