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Default Hulk Knows WCW Best





The year is 1994 and WCW has...



A endless supply of money
As much TV time that are needed




He is paid like the owner
He has creative control
He is a survivor
He know how to book himself strong, so why not give him the task of making the entire promotion look strong

Some would describe him as a....
Self-serving
Ego-ridden
Greedy megalomaniac
His name is Hulk Hogan and he will bring in his lapdogs Ed Leslie, Jim Duggan and Jimmy Hart for the ride

Hogan will receive a cut of the pay-per-view revenues
Ted Turner has agreed on letting Hogan become a shareholder
Will Hogan focus to make serious cash for himself and Turner in the process?





Hulk Hogan...Creative Genius or Complete Jackass?

Fantasy booking WCW as Hulk Hogan using TEW 2016!
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Default Hulk Hogan takes over WCW



Hulk Hogan became the new head of WCW last night, somehow managing to grab the reigns of power in one lightning-fast move. Insiders and investors alike are said to be bewildered, with one leading analyst being heard to remark "what the f**k just happened?"
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Default Clash of the Champions XXVII

Clash of the Champions XXVII



Clash of the Champions XXVII was an event by World Championship Wrestling, which took place on June 23, 1994 at the McAllister Fieldhouse in Charleston, South Carolina.

Dark match: The Patriot defeated Bobby Eaton

Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan (w/ Dave Sullivan) (c) defeated The Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs & Jerry Sags) to retain the WCW World Tag Team Championship (10:35)

The Guardian Angel defeated Tex Slazenger (1:44)

Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) defeated Larry Zbyszko (c) to win the WCW World Television Championship (9:25)

Johnny B. Badd defeated Steve Austin (c) by DQ in a WCW United States Championship (10:25)

Hulk Hogan Interview

Ric Flair (c) defeated Sting in a WCW World Heavyweight Title - WCW International World Heavyweight Title Unification Match (17:17)

Elizabeth Aligning With Flair

Hulk Hogan Interview



The above is what happened in June 1994 and the events in this diary starts 1st July.

Other notable events are:

Sensuous Sherri has parted ways with WCW and has been replaced with Elizabeth.
Paul Roma has been fired after a backstage altercation with rising star Alex Wright and wrestling legend Ric Flair.
WCW has parted ways with Shanghai Pierce, Tex Slazenger and Jean-Paul Levesque after their deals had recently been allowed to expire due to cost-cutting measures.
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Default Roll Call of Champions [July 1994]



WCW World Heavyweight Championship



Ric Flair [3rd reign / December 1993-present]





WCW United States Championship



Steve Austin [1st reign / December 1993-present]





WCW World Television Championship



Steven Regal [2nd reign / June 1994-present]





WCW World Tag Team Championship



Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan [1st reign / May 1994-present]





Battlebowl Battle Royal

Vader [1993]
The Great Muta [1992]
Sting [1991]
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Default WCW Roster [July 1994]



Main Eventers

Hulk Hogan [Face] w/ Jimmy Hart *
Sting [Face]
Ricky Steamboat [Face]
The Guardian Angel [Face]
Ric Flair [Heel] w/ Elizabeth
Vader [Heel] w/ Harley Race
Steve Austin [Heel]

* Hogan will debut at Bash At The Beach.



Upper Midcarders

Dustin Rhodes [Face]
Arn Anderson [Face]
Cactus Jack [Face]
Kevin Sullivan [Face]
Dave Sullivan [Face]
Johnny B. Badd [Face]
Brian Pillman [Face]
Maxx Payne [Face] *
Terry Funk [Heel] w/ Col. Robert Parker
Bunkhouse Buck [Heel] w/ Col. Robert Parker
Brian Knobbs [Heel]
Jerry Sags [Heel]
Booker T [Heel]
Jerry Sags [Heel]
Steven Regal [Heel]
Paul Orndorff [Heel]
Ron Simmons [Heel]

* Maxx Payne is currently in rehab



Midcarders

Terry Taylor [Face]
Marcus Alexander Bagwell [Face]
The Patriot [Face]
Brad Armstrong [Face]
Brian Armstrong [Face]
Ice Train [Face] w/ Teddy Long
Diamond Dallas Page [Heel] w/ Diamond Doll
Scott Norton [Heel]
Bobby Eaton [Heel]
Steve Keirn [Heel]
Haito [Heel]
Tanaka-san [Heel]



Lower Midcarders

Alex Wright [Face]
Scott Stud [Face]
Steve Armstrong [Face]
Scott Armstrong [Face]
Tim Horner [Face]
Erik Watts [Face]
Rip Rogers [Heel]
Fidel Sierra [Heel]
Ricky Santana [Heel]
Sgt. Craig Pittman [Heel]
The Gambler [Heel]



Openers

Joey Maggs [Face] w/ Teddy Long
Bobby Walker [Face] w/ Teddy Long



Enhancement Talents

Mark Starr [Face]
Tom Burton [Heel]



Tag Teams

Bad Attitude [Bobby Eaton & Steve Keirn]
Bunkhouse Buck & Terry Funk
Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan
Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne
Haito & Tanaka-san
Harlem Heat [Booker T & Stevie Ray]
Stars 'n' Stripes [The Patriot & Marcus Alexander Bagwell]
The Armstrongs [Scott Armstrong & Steve Armstrong]
The Armstrongs II [Brad Armstrong & Brian Armstrong]
The Barrio Brothers [Fidel Sierra & Ricky Santana]
The Nasty Boys [Brian Knobbs & Jerry Sags]
The Sullivans [Dave Sullivan & Kevin Sullivan]



Stables

The Stud Stable [Col. Parker, Bunkhouse Buck, Terry Funk and Meng]



Comments: The starting goal is to find a balance between profitable business and backstage politics as the Head Booker. So expect some of Hogan's friends and cronies to be hired and pushed, but also expect that some of the current wrestlers (that are not allies of Hogan) will not be completely buried since they are useful to make money for Hogan and Ted Turner.
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Interesting, shall keep an eye on this
Sounds great, i'll try to keep this diary on such level so that i hopefully can keep running it long-term.
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Default WCW Worldwide - [Friday / Week 1 /July / 1994]



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





Frank Andersson vs The Gambler

In a bout that had terrible wrestling and non-existent crowd heat, Swedish amateur wrestling superstar and multiple World Championships gold medalist Frank Andersson defeated The Gambler in 5:19 by submission with a Reverse Keylock.

Rating: 41 D



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Clips From The Hogan vs. Flair Press Conference



Footage from the previous week’s contract signing between WCW World Champion Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan for their match at Bash at the Beach, overseen by Ted Turner and Gene Okerlund.

Flair makes it clear; Hogan can call himself whatever he wants to call himself. He can think he’s the best, he can think he’s the man, he can think he’s the greatest ever — Flair will concede that just because this is the most confident he’s been about anything: Hulk Hogan cannot beat Ric Flair. He’s been ducking him for over 10 years, and at Bash at the Beach, this thing of theirs comes to a head. It’s over. Ric Flair wins, Hulk Hogan leaves, and Ted Turner can thank him later.

“It’s not going to be just another day at the beach. It’s going to be the Bash at the Beach.”

Rating: 98 A*


Stars ‘n’ Stripes vs Reno Riggins & Tom Burton



In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn’t have much heat, fan favourites Stars ‘n’ Stripes defeated jobbers Reno Riggins and Tom Burton in 5:32 when The Patriot defeated Reno Riggins by pinfall with a Patriot Missile.

Rating: 55 C-



Quote:
Interview w/ DDP and Diamond Doll



Diamond Dallas Page is hyping himself and mocking his opponent Erik Watts!

Rating: 65 C


Erik Watts vs Diamond Dallas Page w/ Diamond Doll



In a poor match, Diamond Dallas Page defeated Erik Watts in 6:10 by pinfall with a Diamond Cutter.

Rating: 55 C-



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Bash At The Beach Control Center With Promos By: Hulk Hogan & Jimmy Hart about Ric Flair; Then Ric Flair & Elizabeth about Hulk Hogan







Gene Okerlund interview Hulk Hogan w/ Jimmy Hart. Hogan wants the WCW World Heavyweight title.

Clips Of Hulk training w/ George Foreman.





Then Ric Flair w/ Elizabeth about the upcoming dream match at Bash At The Beach. "The Nature Boy" taunts and mocks his opponent.



Let’s get back to talking about Bash At The Beach and Hogan vs Flair. Mr. T will be there.



Announced so far is Ricky Steamboat vs. Steve Austin; Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan vs. Harlem Heat; Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair; The Guardian Angel vs. Vader.

Rating: 88 B+


Alex Wright vs Damon Stryker



In a bout that had terrible wrestling and non-existent crowd heat, rising star Alex Wright from Germany defeated jobber Damon Stryker in 4:56 by pinfall with a Hangman’s Neckbreaker.

Rating: 18 E-



Quote:
Interview w/ The Guardian Angel



Mike Tenay interviews The Guardian Angel. He calls Vader a fat bully! He will bring Vader and Harley Race to justice!

Rating: 74 B-


1 vs 2 Handicap Match
The Guardian Angel vs Southern Posse



In a 1 vs 2 Handicap Match that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, The Guardian Angel defeated Southern Posse in 5:50 when The Guardian Angel defeated Rick Thames by pinfall with a Bubba Slam.

Rating: 59 C

Show Rating: 67 C+

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Default WCW Saturday Night - [Saturday / Week 1 /July / 1994]



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 Richmond Coliseum. It's a sell out!



Quote:
Clips From The Hogan vs. Flair Press Conference



Footage from the previous week's contract signing between WCW World Champion Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan for their match at Bash at the Beach, overseen by Ted Turner and Gene Okerlund.

Flair makes it clear; Hogan can call himself whatever he wants to call himself. He can think he's the best, he can think he's the man, he can think he's the greatest ever -- Flair will concede that just because this is the most confident he's been about anything: Hulk Hogan cannot beat Ric Flair. He's been ducking him for over 10 years, and at Bash at the Beach, this thing of theirs comes to a head. It's over. Ric Flair wins, Hulk Hogan leaves, and Ted Turner can thank him later.

"It's not going to be just another day at the beach. It's going to be the Bash at the Beach."

Rating: 98 A*


Sting vs. Tom Burton



In an squash match, fan favourite Sting defeated jobber Tom Burton in 4:58 by submission with a Scorpion Deathlock.

Rating: 73 B-



Quote:
Next week, Saturday Night is LIVE! Fans Choose The Main Event

Next week, Saturday Night is LIVE! with INTERACTIVE WRESTLING! Fans! - can choose the main event from the two showcased locker rooms. Next week, WCWSN will be LIVE~ and the fans will vote on what two wrestlers are in the Main Event.

In the Blue Locker Room the fans can choose between Sting, The Guardian Angel, Johnny B. Badd, Cactus Jack and several more WCW stars.

In the Red Locker Room the fans can choose between Steve Austin, Ric Flair, Vader, Terry Funk and several more WCW stars.

Rating: 84 B+


Quote:
Bash Of The Beach: Clips Of Hulk Training w/ George Foreman



Bash at the Beach Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.




Let's get back to talking about Bash At The Beach and Hogan vs Flair. Mr. T will be there.

Announced so far is Ricky Steamboat vs. Steve Austin; Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan vs. Harlem Heat; Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair.

Rating: 90 A


Brian Pillman vs. Tanaka-san



In a decent match, Flyin' Brian Pillman defeated Tanaka-san in 6:06 by pinfall with an Air Pillman.

Rating: 72 B-



Quote:
Steve Austin Promo About Ricky Steamboat



A pretaped insert promo aired from Austin in which he discussed his upcoming WCW United States title shot against wrestling legend Ricky Steamboat at Bash at the Beach. Austin is still the US champion because that "Little Richard wannabee" Johnny B. Badd was garbage. Ricky Steamboat is "OLD!", a has-been whose prime is way behind him.

Rating: 83 B+


The Guardian Angel vs. Rip Rogers



In an extremely short match, powerhouse The Guardian Angel defeated fabulous heel Rip Rogers in 5:10 by pinfall with a Bubba Slam.

Rating: 73 B-



Quote:
Hulk Hogan And Jimmy Hart Promo About Ric Flair



Kids today need to have values, brother. And the only way we can instill them is through the Four Demandments of Hulkamania. When Hulk Hogan becomes the leader of the free world, you can be sure that your kids will get the finest education in true values. Only when you train, say your prayers, eat your vitamins and believe in yourself can you become a true Hulkamaniac in every sense of the word.

The Four Demandments of Hulkamania:
  1. Train
  2. Say Your Prayers
  3. Eat Your Vitamins
  4. Believe in Yourself

You see, when Hulk Hogan wins the WCW World Heavyweight title, the Four Demandments will be taking America over by storm. And theres nothing you can do to stop Hulkamania from running wild like it has never ran before, brother.

Ric Flair! Whatcha gonna do when Hulk Hogan knocks some sense into you!!!??

Rating: 92 A*


Quote:
Interview w/ Dustin & Arn About Terry Funk & Bunkhouse Buck



Mean Gene" interviews Dustin Rhodes & Arn Anderson about Terry Funk & Bunkhouse Buck. Hype for their tag match against Funk & Buck at Bash at the Beach. Dustin's going to teach Col. Parker and his men a lesson.

Rating: 69 C+


Dustin Rhodes vs. Bunkhouse Buck w/ Col. Parker



In a decent match, Dustin Rhodes defeated Bunkhouse Buck in 7:50 by pinfall with a Running Bulldog after a distraction from Arn Anderson. Dustin and Arn quickly retreat to the backstage area to avoid the upset Stud Stable members making their entrance.

Ratings: 68 C+



Quote:
Interview w/ Stud Stable




"Mean Gene" interviews the Stud Stable and Col. Parker's menacing bodyguard Meng. Parker is very upset that Bunkhouse Buck lost the match. Col. Parker also introduce "Dirty" Dick Slater, the newest member of The Stud Stable.

Terry Funk talks about Hulk Hogan coming in and how people credit him with changing the business, and some even credit Gorgeous George, but he says it was somewhere in the middle with Dusty Rhodes. He says Dusty Rhodes brought entertainment into this business, and he hates him for it. Because he, Terry Funk, has always been one to support and promote athleticisim in Pro Wrestling, not entertainment and absurd violence! He has no problem with Dustin Rhodes, he's a nice kid, but it's the sins of the father for which the son has to pay.

Rating: 72 B-


WCW World Tag Team Title Match
© Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan w/ Dave Sullivan vs. The Nasty Boys



In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan defeated The Nasty Boys in 9:50 when Kevin Sullivan defeated Brian Knobbs by pinfall with a Double Stomp following interference from Booker T. During the match we also had Stevie Ray distract Kevin Sullivan. Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan make defence number 6 of their WCW World Tag Team Championship titles.

Rating: 77 B



Harlem Heat Come Out And Attack Evad's Injured Leg With The Crutch



Harlem Heat come out and attack Dave Sullivan's injured leg with his own crutch. They have a title shot at Bash at the Beach and to guarantee their Tag Title shot, Stevie Ray nailed Brian Knobbs with the crutch when the ref wasnt looking and Kevin Sullivan got the pin before realizing what happened.

Post-match, Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan chased after Harlem Heat as Evad did the stretcher job.

Rating: 66 C+



Ricky Steamboat vs. Vader w/ Harley Race



In an exceptional match, powerhouse Vader defeated legend Ricky Steamboat in 16:26 by pinfall with a Release Powerbomb following interference from Steve Austin.

Rating: 78 B



Quote:
Interview w/ Vader & Harley Race About The Guardian Angel



"Mean Gene" interviews Big van Vader with Harley Race.

Remember Vader? It's Vader! This man, says Harley, runs from no human bean. Vader would like to be called Boss Vader for taking the Boss's name and making him The Guardian Angel.

They talk about the challenge the Guardian Angel apparently made. They accept his challenge for a match at Bash at the Beach.

Rating: 83 B+


Quote:
Interview w/ Ric Flair About Hulk Hogan



"Mean Gene" interviews Ric Flair & Elizabeth to close the show. Flair brings up the ad in USA Today promoting Flair/Hogan at Bash at the Beach. He wants everyone to pay attention to one thing: it notes Hogan is the challenger and he is the champion. That's how it should be, that's how it's going to be.

Hogan has a team of good celebrities on his side: Shaq, George Foreman and Mr. T.

Flair can't change much about himself to be badder, though. He's just Ric Flair, the Dirtiest Player in the Game and he will find a way to beat Hogan.

Rating: 93 A

Show Rating 87 B+

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Hulk Hogan became the new head of WCW last night, somehow managing to grab the reigns of power in one lightning-fast move. Insiders and investors alike are said to be bewildered, with one leading analyst being heard to remark "what the f**k just happened?"
Ha ha ha, love it, although in the ultimate stereotype could see it as Hogan talking for half every show and then squashing someone as the champion for life whilst all the other talent eventually looks to leave.....

Be interested in seeing your take on it, can he make a success before he runs Turner dry or runs off the talent!
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Ha ha ha, love it, although in the ultimate stereotype could see it as Hogan talking for half every show and then squashing someone as the champion for life whilst all the other talent eventually looks to leave.....

Be interested in seeing your take on it, can he make a success before he runs Turner dry or runs off the talent!
This time i'm just focusing on Saturday Night and Main Event, instead of trying to also book/run WCW International. I've edited Raw to a 2 hour schedule and added more preset tag teams so that there hopefully are more competition from the other companies. In 1995 i might replace Worldwide with Prime to get a playground for midcarders and up-and-coming talents.
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Default WCW Main Event - [Sunday / Week 1 /July / 1994]



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



Quote:
DDP Makes An Spectacular Entrance



Diamond Dallas Page and his main squeeze; Diamond Doll arrives in a souped up Muscle Car.

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

Rating: 66 C+


Tim Horner vs Diamond Dallas Page w/ Diamond Doll



In an extremely short match, Diamond Dallas Page defeated "White Lightning" Tim Horner in 4:56 by pinfall with a Diamond Cutter. Winning the match earned DDP a "10" on Diamond Doll's scorecard.

Rating: 62 C



Erik Watts vs Steve Austin



In a poor match, arrogant heel Steve Austin defeated Erik Watts in 6:26 by submission with a That's a Wrap.

Rating: 61 C



Quote:
Bash Of The Beach: Clips Of Hulk training w/ George Foreman



Bash at the Beach Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.




Let's get back to talking about Bash At The Beach and Hogan vs Flair. Mr. T will be there.

Announced so far is Ricky Steamboat vs. Steve Austin; Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan vs. Harlem Heat; Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair.

Rating: 89 A


Brian Pillman vs Haito



In a decent match, Flyin' Brian Pillman defeated Haito in 9:27 by pinfall with an Air Pillman.

Rating: 66 C+



Quote:
Hulk Hogan & Jimmy Hart Promo About Ric Flair



Hulk came to WCW to compete with the best in the World and to win the WCW World Heavyweight Title, just like he already has done in "New York" and "Japan".

Rating: 91 A


WCW World Tag Team Title Match
© Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan vs Harlem Heat



In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan drew with Harlem Heat in 10:23 when the referee lost control and stopped the match. During the match we also saw Brian Knobbs run in and attack Booker T, and Jerry Sags also attack Kevin Sullivan.

Rating: 76 B-



Quote:
Post-Match Brawl



Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan; Harlem Heat and The Nasty Boys are in the ring, and are squaring off. The argument turns physical, and they end up in 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: 63 C

Show Rating: 79 B

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WWF reign supreme. Reports indicate that World Wrestling Federation officials are looking at ways to consolidate their position as the undisputed top wrestling promotion in the world. Recocnising that their position gives them an enviable amount of leverage, they are said to be keen to act forcefully and quickly to make sure that their rivals have little chance of tripping them up.

The Warrior in Magazine. American wrestler The Warrior is on the cover of a major international fitness magazine this month. The muscular powerhouse is interviewed inside, talking about his fitness regime and some of his feats of strenght.

Inside sources claim that WWF has parted ways with veteran wrestler Randy Savage. Although Savage’s inexplicable banishment from the company is not explained, Vince McMahon has said, “I do not wish to do business with that man.”

WWF are looking to bolster their roster with Sherri Martel. She returns to WWF after a short stint in WCW.

Former WCW workers Mark Canterbury and Dennis Knight have signed contracts with the WWF. Shanghai Pierce and Tex Slazenger debuted on the WWF Monday Night Raw tapings as The Godwinns; two cousins who are hog farmers from Arkansas.

WWF spent the entire King of the Ring show pushing the "New Generation" catchphrase to counter WCW's signing of Hogan. Of course, it's ludicrous since the show was main evented by 2 guys older than Hogan and the company has already brought back or is planning to bring back such "new generation" stars as King Kong Bundy, Jim Neidhart, Sgt. Slaughter, Greg Valentine, Koko Ware, Lanny Poffo and Nikolai Volkoff. They then interviewed Maryland's governor William Schaffer who was at the show. Schaffer mentioned that his favorite wrestler is Hulk Hogan, and Todd Pettingill nearly wet his pants and set a new record in mic-pulling-away-speed.

The WWF upcoming house show tours feature "such New Generation performers" as Virgil, Sgt. Slaughter, Greg Valentine, Koko B. Ware, Lanny Poffi, King Kong Bundy, and more.

WCW desperately needs Bash at the Beach to be the biggest show in years and they're pulling out all the stops. They filmed interviews with George Foreman and Shaquille O'Neal and both are scheduled to appear at the show. Mr. T and Wesley Snipes are also rumored to be coming in for the show. They're also negotiating with Mike Tyson to appear via phone call during the broadcast, but that might backfire and cause bad publicity since, well, he's in prison. Antonio Inoki is also expected to appear on the show. If WCW can pull all this off, it will be a list of celebrities bigger than any that have ever appeared at Wrestlemania.

Gossip around the WWF locker room is that the promotion has lost faith with Bret Hart and no longer consider him to be their figurehead. The change comes with business struggling, the blame for that apparently pinned firmly on Bret Hart.

Inside sources claim that Dusty Rhodes is causing rifts by manipulating the WCW locker room against Ric Flair.

The vacant USWA Heavyweight Championship was claimed last night, as Doug Gilbert became the new champion after defeating Steve Doll. This victory marks his fourth reign with the belt.

If rumours are to be believed, the next big WWF storylines will center around Typhoon vs. Rick Martel; Shawn Michaels vs. Lex Luger; Bret Hart vs. Yokozuna; Tatanka vs. Jerry Lawler; and Diesel & The Underfaker vs. Razor Ramon & The Undertaker.

A lot of fans are critical of WCW for bringing in Hogan and building the whole company around him and sacrificing the future of the company for him. In our opinion there was no future for WCW and it was necessary because WCW is on life-support. The only reason they hadn't already folded is 100% because Ted Turner chose to let it live. But WCW had been losing money for years and the Hogan gamble was necessary if they ever want to be profitable or successful. It might not work in the long-term, but it's a chance they have to take. Thunder In Paradise was also renewed this week, which means Hogan won't be around full-time. WCW is pretty much entirely dependent on having Hulk Hogan right now are expected to continue build the promotion around him for the next several years.

Paul Levesque did a radio interview where he buried WCW and said he was disgusted with all the money they spent signing Hulk Hogan. He also buried Eric Bischoff and said that he will prove him wrong and become one of the greatest superstars of all time.

Is WCW looking for a new giant? According to a inside source, Hulk Hogan has let Eric Bischoff know that he would very much like to work with a "giant" after his current storyline with Ric Flair ends. Is Hogan trying to avoid facing off with Vader? Who is this "giant"? El Gigante? Giant Haystacks?

WCW has decided to remove Jesse Ventura from TV with 8 months remaining on his contract. Ventura has had a tumultuous tenure in WCW. He was demoted to commentate on the B-level shows when Bobby Heenan was brought in and made no secret about being unhappy about it. Ever since, he's been openly half-assing his commentary duties and sometimes no-showed appointments to go to Atlanta and record voice-overs, which upset many in the company because Ventura is one of the highest paid employees in WCW. Ventura will sit out the remainder of his contract and will be paid for it, but WCW is no longer going to use him. There are rumors that this could lead to Ventura returning to WWF to do commentary on Monday Night Raw, but he can't even legally talk to them until March 1st when his contract expires. If Ventura did return to WWF, it would be interesting given all the recent legal issues between Ventura and McMahon, but people in this business often find ways to bury the bad blood if they can make money together.

Chris Jericho's broken arm has apparently spelled the end of he and Lance Storm's tag team in SMW. Cornette was paying them each a $900 a week guarantee, which is more than anyone else in the company is making, because he expected the team to turn the promotion around. But the Thrillseekers didn't get over as well as Cornette hoped and with the promotion struggling, they can't justify the price tag, especially with Jericho on the shelf, so they're gone.

The latest issue of WWF magazine did an article that was a major burial of Hulk Hogan, talking about him being old and noted that he jumped ship to another promotion where most of the talent is past their prime.

Bret Hart was back on the same radio show in Toronto where he made waves with his comments about Ric Flair last year and decided to do it again. When one of the hosts asked Hart's opinion about Hogan signing with WCW, Hart said it was sad and said Hogan built his legacy with the WWF but couldn't bring himself to put over younger stars so now he's moved down to the minor leagues. He also called Hogan's movie career "a dud, a disaster." When talking about the current Hogan/Flair feud, Hart said, "There's a lot of talk of Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair, this great match. The greatest match-up of all-time kind of stuff. It might have been the greatest match-up in some people's minds 15 years ago, but it's a little bit like that old Sheik wrestling in Detroit. It's like Bobo Brazil wrestling The Sheik. That doesn't do anything. I think you're really going to see that Ric Flair is very limited in the ring. In my opinion, his best days were over long before he ever lost to me. And Hulk Hogan, I don't know if anyone's seen him now. I'm embarrassed for him. The guy used to be a hero to me. I'm embarrassed to see what's he's become. It's like flogging a dead horse. The WCW thing, there will be some interest initially but it'll wane fast."

Rumours indicate that the friendship between Diamond Dallas Page and Van Hammer is over. While it is said they are still civil to each other, and are definetely not feuding, there is a definite lack of warmth between the two.
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Default WCW Worldwide - [Friday / Week 2 /July / 1994]



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



Alex Wright vs. Erik Watts



In a terrible match, rising star “Das Wunderkind” Alex Wright defeated Erik Watts in 5:06 by pinfall with a Hangman’s Neckbreaker.

Rating: 43 D



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Interview w/ The Stud Stable



Mike Tenay had an interview with The Stud Stable hyping their upcoming tag team match versus Dustin Rhodes and Arn Anderson at Bash At The Beach. Terry Funk says that he hates The Rhodes and that “Dusty Sucks Eggs!” It’s in his blood to hate The Rhodes.

Rating: 78 B


The Guardian Angel vs. Damon Stryker



In an squash match; big powerhouse, The Guardian Angel defeated jobber Damon Stryker in 4:41 by pinfall with a Spinebuster.

Rating: 64 C



Stars ‘n’ Stripes vs. Haito & Tanaka-san



In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn’t have much heat, up-and-coming Stars ‘n’ Stripes defeated Haito & Tanaka-san in 8:14 when The Patriot defeated Haito by pinfall with a Patriot Missile.

Rating: 58 C-



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Bash At The Beach Control Center



Bash at the Beach Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.



Promo by Hulk Hogan and Jimmy Hart



Hogan is putting WCW over as the place to be, saying he's beaten the biggest and baddest dudes in professional wrestling, but he saw the competition in WCW and knew that he had to part of it.



Then a promo by Ric Flair



"The Nature Boys" is The Dirtiest Player in the Game! A limousine-ridin', jet-flyin', wheelin' dealin' kiss-stealin' — Woooo! — Son-Of-A-Gun! "To be the man (Woooo!), you gotta beat the man!"



Let’s get back to talking about Bash at the Beach and Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair. Mr. T will be there.

Announced so far is: Ricky Steamboat vs Steve Austin; Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan vs. Harlem Heat; The Guardian Angel vs. Vader; Hulk Hogan vs Ric Flair.

Rating: 95 A*


Johnny B. Badd vs. Diamond Dallas Page w/ Diamond Doll



In a decent match, popular babyface Johnny B. Badd defeated arrogant heel Diamond Dallas Page in 7:22 by pinfall with a Shooting Star Press. DDP is angry and can't believe his eyes that he lost the match.

Rating: 70 C+



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Interview w/ Steve Austin and Jeannie



Interview w/ Steve Austin and his new valet Jeannie hyping the upcoming match versus Ricky Steamboat at Bash At The Beach. Steamboat is simply way past his prime and Austin will have no problems defending his US title.

Rating: 81 B


The Armstrongs vs. The Nasty Boys & The Samoan Savage



In a decent match, The Samoan Savage and The Nasty Boys defeated The Armstrongs (Brian Armstrong, Scott Armstrong and Steve Armstrong) in 8:21 when Brian Knobbs defeated Scott Armstrong by pinfall with a Running Powerslam.

Rating: 64 C



Show Rating: 67 C+

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