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  1. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    What one of their best ever PPV? I think the matches that are bad do drag it down a fair bit. Plus there's a fair bit of bad booking. But it is a really good show mostly.
  2. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    World War 3 1995 Date: November 26, 1995 Location: Norfolk, Virginia Norfolk Scope Attendance: 12,000 Tagline: Sixty Men... Three Rings... Three Giants... One Battle Royal NOTE: I forgot to flag up that Steve Austin was fired by WCW in September before the Fall Brawl PPV. Austin was...
  3. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    Halloween Havoc 1995 Date: October 29, 1995 Location: Joe Louis Arena, Detroit Michigan Attendance: 13,000 Tagline: There's Nowhere to Hide Comments: Now where to start with this bad boy?...:hmm:A new low for a company who I thought couldn't get any lower. Halloween Havoc 95 was a...
  4. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    Fall Brawl 1995 Date: September 17, 1995 Location: Ashville, North Carolina Attendance: 6,600 Tagline: "Let the Games Begin!" Comments: WCW once again dragged out Dusty's classic gimmick the War Games match to headline its Fall Brawl PPV. This time it was used to carry on the tedious...
  5. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    WCW Monday Nitro (debut episode) Date: September 4, 1995 Location: The Mall of America, Minneapolis, Minnesota Commentary Team: Eric Bischoff, Bobby "The Brain" Heenan, Steve "Mongo" McMichael Comments: So the Monday Night Wars officially get underway. WCW CEO Eric Bischoff takes his...
  6. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    I also quite enjoyed the Six Person match. But I can't believe how dumb that Sherri-Parker storyline got. There's a fucking wedding!!o_O
  7. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    Clash of the Champions XXXI Date: August 6th, 1995 Location: Daytona Beach, Florida Meng and Kurasawa (did WCW just name him after the film director?:lmao) (W/ Col. Robert Parker) VS. Sting and Road Warrior Hawk Weak opener. Packed with clumsy power moves and lacked any heat except...
  8. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    I get that. It certainly wasn't a classic. I just think considering Inoki's age at the time it probably couldn't have gone much better. I think they told a nice story and the emotion was there.
  9. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    WCW NJPW Collision in Korea Date: April 28-29 1995 (aired in North America on PPV August 4th 1995) Location: Pyongyang, North Korea Attendance: 355,000 (roughly, over two days, but reports differ) Tagline: Two legends. One Country. Comments: A strange experiment and Eric Bischoff's...
  10. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    There you have it folks Baywatch the only show that can make Melrose Place look like The Sopranos:p Coming up next time... I will cover the special joint WCW/NJPW Collision in Korea headlined by Inoki VS. Flair. The whole show can be found on Youtube if anyone wants to check it out. It sure...
  11. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    We all know those matches would have turned out different if the REAL bookers had the damn pen!:Smash:
  12. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    Buffer's been bumped from Baywatch? He must be pissed...
  13. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    Watch that Mitch Steph he's a sly one, he's ready to pouch...
  14. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    Sure they give the least attractive female lead the terminal illness, that's justice...
  15. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    Great basic maths there Steph! Besides eight's way too long, gotta take that bad boy up to 11:DAMN:
  16. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    "WHOO" "Vader busts the punk's basketball" "WHOOO"!:lmao
  17. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    Pretty sure that's not the expression Hulk...
  18. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    Even the word "headquarters" is a tester for old Mitch:thumbs:
  19. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    Cheap pop for the Venice Beach boys club:dancing:
  20. WCW On Pay Per View in the 90's - Every event Reviewed

    "There's no such thing as a safe tan" that will surely go on his tombstone!