WCW Main Event – [Sunday] Week 3 [March] [1995]

WCW Main Event

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


Scott Putski vs. Sgt Craig Pittman

In a bout that had decent wrestling and little heat, the angry Drill Sergeant Craig “Pittbull” Pittman defeated second generation wrestler “Polish Power” Scott Putski in 4:35 by submission with a Code Red. Pittman calls Putski a filthy maggot and screams that he should get a haircut. Pittman totally demolished his outmatched opponent with brutal submission holds.

Rating: 58 C-


Bobby Walker & Joey Maggs vs. The High Rollers

In a bout that had decent wrestling and heat, The High Rollers defeated “Hardwork” Bobby Walker and “Jumping” Joey Maggs in 5:44 when The Hustler defeated underdog “Jumping” Joey Maggs by pinfall, illegally using the ropes for leverage.

“Woooo!”

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 by the one and the only. The token stealin’, card flingin’, taxi cab ridin’ son of a gun himself – The Gambler.

Rating: 56 C-


Gene Okerlund is teasing the secret identity of Super Assassin #1 and Super Assassin #2; and want the fans to call the WCW Hotline…


The Nasty Boys vs. Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang Hype Video

A video promoting the violent and bloody feud between The Nasty Boys and Kevin Sullivan/One Man Gang.

The level of violence involved in this feud is on the same level as WCW’s most brutal matches of all time, between Cactus Jack and Vader.

Rating: 95 A*


Ray Traylor vs. Bob Orton Jr.

The bout was hard-hitting and reckless, with both workers trying to hit his opponent as hard as possible throughout the match. In the end, lawman turned vigilante Ray “The Law” Traylor hit “Cowboy” Bob Orton Jr. with an brutal Spinebuster and scored the pin.

Ray “The Law” Traylor defeated “Cowboy” Bob Orton Jr. in 6:27 by pinfall with a Spinebuster.

During the match we also had Meng watching Ray Traylor from the ramp.

Rating: 79 B


Fire and Ice vs. Miracle Violence Connection Hype Video

A video promoting the Fire and Ice vs. Miracle Violence Connection match at Uncensored is aired.

The powerhouse duo Fire and Ice (Ice Train and Scott Norton) is an “Unstoppable Force”. They are stronger and they hit harder than every other tag team in WCW.

Their opponents; “Dr. Death” Steve Williams and Terry “Bam Bam” Gordy known as Miracle Violence Connection is a established top team that previously have won the WCW World Tag Team titles as well as dominating and winning tag team titles in Japan.

Rating: 100 A*


Gene Okerlund is teasing the whereabouts of The Patriot and want the fans to call the WCW Hotline…


Tim Horner & The Armstrongs vs. The Diamond Mine w/ Diamond Doll

In a open match, that had good heat, The Diamond Mine (Diamond Dallas Page, Pat Tanaka and Paul Diamond) defeated “White Lightning” Tim Horner and The Armstrongs (Steve Armstrong and Scott Armstrong) in 8:08 when Diamond Dallas Page defeated Tim Horner by pinfall with a Diamond Cutter after Diamond Doll interfered behind the referees back.

Rating: 73 B-


Uncensored Control Center

Uncensored Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.

After a break, we’re with Gene Okerlund

Mean Gene” interviews Big, Bad and Dangerous w/ Col. Parker and Harley Race, about facing Sting and “The Ultimate Surprise” at Uncensored.

Col. Parker puffs his Cuban cigar and then said that Hulkamania is ended and that they will end Sting as well. Parker says that The Stud Stable is a Elite stable full of badass wrestlers. The Stud Stable will rule the World by kicking the asses of anyone who gets in their way. Their reputation as a badass is considered “Off The Scale”.

The ultimate monster tag team known as “Big, Bad, and Dangerous” is steamrolling over everyone looking unstoppable. With their hard-hitting offense they are the most dominant tag team in WCW.

To close the show Col. Parker says that Meng is ready for Ray Traylor at Uncensored. Parker also hypes up the King of the Road match with Dustin Rhodes vs. The Blacktop Bully. The Blacktop Bully has promised Col. Parker that he will take out Rhodes.

 

“Mean” Gene makes the announcement that “Lord” Steven Regal will challenge Ric Flair at Uncensored for the WCW US title and that Marcus Bagwell has dropped Alexander and will go head to head with Arn Anderson in an I Quit Match for the WCW World Television Title.

Gene hypes up the main event that will see WCW World Heavyweight Champion Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow compete against Sting and his “Ultimate Surprise” partner. Remember that all matches at Uncensored are gimmick matches.

“Mean” Gene talk about the upcoming Uncensored and makes the announcement that the following matches will take place at Uncensored:

Texas Bull Rope w/ Loser Leaves WCW Stipulation

Johnny B. Badd vs. Paul Orndorff

Taped Fist

Vladimir Koloff vs. Kurosawa

I Quit Match for the WCW World TV Title

Marcus Bagwell vs. Arn Anderson

Elimination Match

The Steiners vs. Harlem Heat

Hardcore Match

The Nasty Boys vs. Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang

Texas Death Match

Fire and Ice vs. Miracle Violence Connection

King Of The Road Match

Dustin Rhodes vs. The Blacktop Bully

Baseball Bat on a Pole Match

Ray Traylor vs. Meng

Best of Seven Series Match 6 (No DQ)

Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin

Two Out Of Three Falls Match

Randy Savage vs. Curt Hennig

Iron Man Match for the WCW United States Title

Steven Regal vs. Ric Flair

Caged Heat Match

Sting & “The Ultimate Surprise” vs. Vader & Bam Bam Bigelow

Rating: 100 A*


“Mean” Gene Okerlund is teasing the WCW Hotline with Sting that claims his “ultimate surprise” will be too much for Vader and Bam Bigelow…


Brad Armstrong vs. Bobby Eaton

Blue Collar worker Brad Armstrong surprises veteran Bobby Eaton on the mat and this irritates the veteran so he just dominates him with a series of technical wrestling moves.

Eaton shows us that he is one of the best technical wrestlers in WCW.

Eaton looks to finish it, when suddenly Brad counters out of nowhere.

Brad Armstrong pinned tag team specialist “Beautiful” Bobby Eaton at 5:02 by blocking a Slingshot Suplex attempt and using an Inside Cradle. In a decent match, Brad Armstrong defeated Bobby Eaton in 7:41 by pinfall with a Inside Cradle.

Rating: 75 B-


Show Rating 82 B

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WCW Saturday Night – [Saturday] Week 3 [March] [1995]

WCW Saturday Night

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 16,280 at Breslin Events Center in East Lansing, Michigan.

It’s a Sell Out!


Tony Schiavone, Bobby “The Brain” Heenan and Eric Bischoff open the show telling us that tonight’s Main Event will feature a Six-Man Tag Team match between Sting and The Steiner Brothers versus The Four Horsemen members Ric Flair, Curt Hennig and Steve Austin.


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


WCW Cruiserweight Title Tournament Quarter Final

Alex Wright vs. Jushin Thunder Liger

It’s a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves.

Japanese superstar and former WCW Light Heavyweight champion Jushin Thunder Liger really stretches Alex Wright out and forces him to sell for a highly entertaining dynamic throughout the match. Liger catches alot of Wright’s mistakes during his “fast paced” offense, but “Das Wunderkind” is resilient and able to avoid being pinned. Wright attempts a Body Scissors and Liger actually stands out of them and is able to flip it over into a amazing looking Boston Crab. Wright breaks the hold and ends up going on a hot streak and surprises Liger with the Springboard Back Crossbody and has it ended.

Alex Wright defeated Jushin Thunder Liger in a Tournament Quarter Final match in 10:10 by pinfall with a Springboard Back Crossbody out of nowhere.

Liger is disappointed at the surprising loss, but shake hands with Alex Wrigth as a sign of respect.

Rating: 66 C+


Cruiserweight Division Vignette

The WCW Cruiserweight division offers fast paced adrenaline pumping show-stealing matches with high-risk maneuvers, amazing characters and stylish high flyers. WCW have some of the best athletes that implements various styles, as Lucha Libre, Japanese Junior Heavyweights, North American Cruiserweights and submission-based technicans.

Rating: 68 C+


Gene Okerlund is promoting a WCW Hotline story on WCW World Champion Sting’s “Ultimate Surprise” at Uncensored…


Randy Savage vs. Nasty Ned

In an extremely entertaining brawl, charismatic fan favorite “Macho Man” Randy Savage defeated the sleazy and dirty brawler known as “The Original Nasty Boy” Nasty Ned in 5:29 by pinfall with a Savage Elbow Drop.

Rating: 75 B-


“Mean” Gene Okerlund is promoting a WCW Hotline story on wrestling superstar Yokozuna that is on hiatus and could sign with WCW…


Interview w/ Randy Savage

Tony Schiavone interviews Randy Savage. “Macho Man” says there is a red light alert for everyone in WCW when Uncensored is behind him. Savage says he is focused on Curt Hennig and he suggests that no one bet against him at Uncensored. Savage is confident that he will get Hennig down with the big Elbow!

“The madness is runnin’ wild! Ohhhhh yeahhhh!”

*finger snap*

“Outta Here!”

*Savage leaves*

Rating: 100 A*


Dustin Rhodes vs Paul Orndorff w/ Toni

The narcissistic bully “Mr. Wonderful” Paul Orndorff works on average working class guy “The Natural” Dustin Rhodes with a Knee Lift and several shots to the midsection. Rhodes fights back to hit a Running Bulldog, for 1-2!

Rhodes dropkicks Orndorff a few times to keep control of the contest. Rhodes is worked on by Orndorff, with the main focus being his left arm.

“Mr. Wonderful” is very heelish in his way, and played-up his superior physique bullying Dustin Rhodes around.

Rhodes who works on Orndorff with right hands and a Clothesline. Orndorff avoids a Dropkick and drives Rhodes head first into the canvas. Orndorff delivers a few Back Breakers for a near fall on Rhodes. Rhodes counters a Piledriver attempt with a Backdrop on Orndorff and they both go down following a Double Clothesline.

“The Prettiest Man in WCW” Johnny B. Badd walks down the ramp and triggers the crowd to start “Paula” chants. Orndorff is furious and gets distracted.

The Paula chants are very loud…

Dustin Rhodes surprised and hammers away on Orndorff. Rhodes finish him off with a Bulldog for the win.

Rating: 81 B


Interview w/ Dustin Rhodes

Mean Gene conducted an interview with “The Natural” Dustin Rhodes. Rhodes will be wrestling Colonel Parker’s hired gun The Blacktop Bully at Uncensored inside the back of a truck. Dustin says the back of a 18-wheeler is right up his alley. Rhodes says a lot of people have tried to take him out but they have failed every time. Rhodes would hate for The Blacktop Blacktop to have a flat tire. Dustin is going to take it to The Blacktop Bully at Uncensored.

Rating: 96 A*


Tony Schiavone is promoting a WCW Hotline story on three major WWF stars who were headed to WCW…


Mark Starr & Frankie Lancaster vs. Kurosawa & Meng w/ Col. Parker

“There are 3 types of men: tough men, wrestler-tough men, and then there’s Meng. The Face of Fear. A man truly feared and respected for his brute strength and unprecedented intensity.

In a hard-hitting no-nonsense, take-no-prisoners squash, the Japanese wildman Kurasawa and “The Face of Fear” Meng destroyed Mark Starr and Frankie “The Thumper” Lancaster. The slaughter ended in 6:05 when Meng defeated Mark Starr by submission with an Asiatic Spike.

Rating: 75 B-


Interview w/ The Four Horsemen

Mean Gene conducted an interview with Curt Hennig, who wrestles Randy Savage at Uncensored.

While Curt Hennig talks, Mean Gene is checking Elizabeth and Jeannie out. The dirty old dog is drooling like an saint bernard…

He says that “Macho Man” has gotten himself in a whole lot of trouble and that time is running out for Savage. He is confident that Savage is going to the hospital after being pinned by the “Perfect Move” at Uncensored.

“Superstar” Steve Austin calls his former tag team partner Brian Pillman a coward for attacking him on several occasions during their feud. Austin says that Pillman isn’t the “Superstar” he thinks he is. Austin says Pillman has stepped into his house and he is going hurt him real bad. He is going to make him a cripple if there is anything left of Pillman after “The Enforcer” Arn Anderson has thought him a lesson tonight in the upcoming match for the WCW World TV title.

“The Nature Boy” Ric Flair says that he is “The Man” and he is ready for anyone Commissioner Bockwinkel comes up with. It doesn’t matter if it’s the “Macho Man” or a decorated International Superstar.

“I’m every woman’s dream and every man’s nightmare! Wooo!”

Rating: 100 A*


Sting is backstage talking with Mike Tenay on the WCW hotline about bashing Bam Bam Bigelow’s brains in to help with his math skills…


Stars ‘n’ Stripes vs. Big, Bad, and Dangerous w/ Harley Race & Col. Parker

The Patriot squares off against “Rocky Mountain Horror”, and WCW World Heavyweight Champion, Vader. Vader worked on The Patriot early on with several punishing punches, but The Patriot fought back with a few lefts. The Patriot comes off the ropes to drop Vader with a Crossbody. The Patriot makes the tag to Marcus Alexander Bagwell. Bagwell lands some flashy offense.

Bam Bam Bigelow and Vader are steamrolling their opponents looking unstoppable.

Bam Bam Bigelow misses a Sitdown Splash and Marcus Alexander Bagwell has some momentum. Bam Bam Bigelow uses his big chest to stop a charging Bagwell. Bam Bam destroyes Bagwell with hard-hitting offense.

Both Bagwell and Bam Bam makes the tag.

“‘Who’s the Man?’ “I fear no man and I feel no pain!”

 Vader is unleashing a devastating offense and obliterates The Patriot. Vader drives The Patriot down into the canvas with clubbering blows followed by a big Chokeslam. Vader hits a middle rope Splash and follows up with a Big Splash, but doesn’t want the cover. Vader hits the Release Powerbomb.

And here comes Sting…

Rating: 73 B-


Post Match Brawl

Sting attacks Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow with a hard-hitting flurry of offense. He Clotheslines both Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow to the floor! Sting is choking Vader with Vader’s title belt.

A number of officials and other wrestlers have to hit the ring and pull them apart before they kill each other.

The Steiner Brothers, The Nasty Boys and Jim Duggan come out to pull Sting off of Vader just as Miracle Violence Connection, Kurosawa and Meng arrives to join the wild brawl.

Rating: 95 A*


Interview w/ Big, Bad and Dangerous

Tony Schiavone had an interview with Big, Bad and Dangerous w/ Col. Parker and Harley Race, about facing Sting and “The Ultimate Surprise” at Uncensored.

Bam Bam Bigelow knows that they are going to beat Sting and “The Ultimate Surprise” at Uncensored. Vader brags about laying Hulk Hogan and Sting out at SuperBrawl V.

Col. Parker puffs his Cuban cigar and then says that The Stud Stable will rule the World by kicking the asses of anyone who gets in their way, including Sting. Their reputation as a badass is considered “Off The Scale”.

The ultimate monster tag team known as “Big, Bad, and Dangerous” is steamrolling over everyone looking unstoppable. With their hard-hitting offense they are the most dominant tag team in the history of WCW.

Rating: 100 A*


WCW World Television Title Match

Brian Pillman vs. Arn Anderson

In a bout that had fantastic heat and great wrestling, “Loose Cannon” Brian Pillman drew with “The Enforcer” Arn Anderson in 15:00 when the time limit expired. Pillman was one crazy man constantly speaking to himself while using high risque moves; while “The Enforcer” was the no-nonsense, blue collar guy that’ll bend the rules to get ahead.

Rating: 84 B+


Uncensored Control Center

Uncensored Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.

After a break, we’re with Gene Okerlund

Sting assures Mean Gene and all little “Stingers” to not be worried. Sting says that at Uncensored he will be revealing his “Ultimate Surprise”.

Sting warns Vader not to run his mouth and take Sting lightly. He says that him choking out Vader was only a small sample of what will happen at Uncensored.

 

It was noted during the segment that both The Great Muta, Toshiaki Kawada and Shinya Hashimoto was injured and might not be able to compete at Uncensored challenging Ric Flair for the WCW US title.

 

Gene hypes up the main event that will see WCW World Heavyweight Champion Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow compete against Sting and his “Ultimate Surprise” partner. Remember that all matches at Uncensored are gimmick matches.

“Mean” Gene talk about the upcoming Uncensored and makes the announcement that the following matches will take place at Uncensored:

Texas Bull Rope w/ Loser Leaves WCW Stipulation

Johnny B. Badd vs. Paul Orndorff

Taped Fist

Vladimir Koloff vs. Kurosawa

Elimination Match

The Steiners vs. Harlem Heat

Hardcore Match

The Nasty Boys vs. Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang

Texas Death Match

Fire and Ice vs. Miracle Violence Connection

King Of The Road Match

Dustin Rhodes vs. The Blacktop Bully

Baseball Bat on a Pole Match

Ray Traylor vs. Meng

Best of Seven Series Match 6 (No DQ)

Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin

Two Out Of Three Falls Match

Randy Savage vs. Curt Hennig

Iron Man Match for the WCW United States Title

Mystery Challenger vs. Ric Flair

Caged Heat Match

Sting & “The Ultimate Surprise” vs. Vader & Bam Bam Bigelow

Rating: 100 A*


“Mean” Gene Okerlund is teasing the WCW Hotline with Sting that claims his “ultimate surprise” will be too much for Vader and Bam Bigelow…


Sting & The Steiner Brothers vs. The Four Horsemen w/ Elizabeth & Jeannie

The explosive and athletic bodybuilder Sting and “Superstar” Steve Austin kick off the tag match. Austin backs Sting into a corner and delivers a shot to the midsection.

The gimmick is simple: Steve Austin is a jerk and people hates him.

Austin misses a Big Splash and Sting Scoop Slams Austin.

Crowd’s hot and the match has a ton of energy and drama!

Rick Steiner drops Austin throat first across the top rope and tags in. Steiner barks in the air and ran in circles as Austin is selling like crazy. Rick Steiner uses a wide array of Suplexes to destroy Austin.

Curt Hennig tags in and kicks Rick in the corner. Hennig used a combo of power moves, more agile attacks, and submission holds to take control of the match.

“Dog Faced Gremlin” manages to make the tag and Scott Steiner enters and Suplex Hennig all over the place.

Sting and his old foe Ric Flair gets in the ring. Sting Chop Blocks Ric Flair’s knee. Flair is begging for mercy. He wants no more.

Sting goes for the Scorpion Deathlock, but Ric Flair gives him a kick in the groin to give The Four Horsemen the advantage. Ric Flair sends Sting to the floor where Austin rams Sting into the ring apron back first. Austin slams Sting after taunting the fans by pantomime crying.

Austin is a arrogant jerk who so blatantly lies, cheats, and steals every victory.

Back in the ring Sting ducks a Clothesline and they drop after a Double Clothesline. Rick Steiner gets the tag and hammers away on Austin. Rick hits a Back Suplex on Austin, but Hennig breaks the cover up. All six men are brawling in the ring and the heels are rammed into each other. Austin backdrops Sting over the top to the floor and that causes a disqualification.

In a bout that had superb wrestling and great heat, Sting and The Steiner Brothers defeated Ric Flair, Curt Hennig and Steve Austin in 16:19 when Steve Austin intentionally got disqualified while fighting Sting. During the match we also saw Randy Savage distract Curt Hennig, and also distract Ric Flair.

After the match, “Macho Man” Randy Savage enters with a Steel Chair to chase the heels off.

“The madness is runnin’ wild!”

“Ohhhhh yeahhhh!”

Rating: 85 B+


Show Rating 89 A

 

 

WCW Worldwide – [Friday] Week 3 [March] [1995]

WCW Worldwide

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


Rey Mysterio Jr. and Los Guerreros vs. Psychosis, La Parka and Juventud Guerrera

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, Rey Mysterio Jr. and Los Guerreros defeated Psychosis, La Parka and Juventud Guerrera in 10:08 when Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Juventud Guerrera by pinfall with a Top Rope Senton.

Rating: 66 C+


Cruiserweight Division Vignette

The WCW Cruiserweight division offers fast paced adrenaline pumping show-stealing matches with high-risk maneuvers, amazing characters and stylish high flyers. WCW have some of the best athletes that implements various styles, as Lucha Libre, Japanese Junior Heavyweights, North American Cruiserweights and submission-based technicans.

Rating: 69 C+


Barry Horowitz vs. Sgt. Craig Pittman

In a one-sided squash match, the angry Drill Sergeant Craig “Pittbull” Pittman defeated jobber Barry Horowitz in 5:20 by submission with a Code Red. Pittman calls Horowitz a filthy maggot and screams that he should get a haircut.

Rating: 53 C-


Joey Maggs and Scott Putski vs. The Super Assassins II /w Jimmy Hart

In a hard-hitting match that had decent wrestling, the two massive powerhouse grapplers The Super Assassins II demolishes underdog “Jumping” Joey Maggs and built second generation wrestler “Polish Power” Scott Putski in brutal, old school, squash job fashion.  It ended in 4:37 when Super Assassin #2 defeated Scott Putski by pinfall with an Aided Powerbomb.

Rating: 56 C-


Konnan Hype Video

A highlight video is shown to promote Konnan.

He has been described as “the Mexican Hulk Hogan”, reflecting his mainstream popularity, his charisma, mic skills and hip-hop based gimmick.

Highlights of Konnan including winning the Mexican Heavyweight Title are shown.

Rating: 78 B


Konnan vs. Dave Taylor

In a bout that had open wrestling, but decent heat, Konnan defeated Dave Taylor in 6:20 by pinfall with a Montezuma’s Revenge.

Rating: 66 C+


Fire and Ice vs. Miracle Violence Connection Hype Video

A video promoting the Fire and Ice vs. Miracle Violence Connection match at Uncensored is aired.

The powerhouse duo Fire and Ice (Ice Train and Scott Norton) is an “Unstoppable Force”. They are stronger and they hit harder than every other tag team in WCW.

Their opponents; “Dr. Death” Steve Williams and Terry “Bam Bam” Gordy known as Miracle Violence Connection is a established top team that previously have won the WCW World Tag Team titles as well as dominating and winning tag team titles in Japan.

Rating: 100 A*


The Lightning Express vs. Badd Company

In a classic rasslin’ bout that had decent heat, The Lightning Express (Brad Armstrong and Tim Horner) defeated Badd Company (Pat Tanaka and Paul Diamond) in 7:42 when Brad Armstrong defeated Paul Diamond by pinfall with a Russian Leg Sweep.

Rating: 73 B-


Show Rating 66 C+

Latest News from around the World

More “Ultimate Surprise” news! As negotiations between WCW and The Warrior recently did break down, it seems that WCW instead will choose the cheaper option by taking young, muscular independent wrestler Rick Wilson, who have an Ultimate Warrior inspired look and make him into a carbon copy of The Warrior by dressing him up in similar gear, painting a Red and Yellow “R” on his forehead, and calling him “The Ultimate Renegade”. Rick Wilson is currently working in Japan as Rio, Lord of the Jungle.


Crush was fired by WWF this week after being arrested on drug and gun charges in Hawaii. Brian Adams was arrested after an 8-day investigation that started when authorities intercepted a package meant for him that contained 500 units of anabolic steroids. Police searched Crush’s home and found several unregistered handguns and other drugs, including marijuana and he was booked on 5 gun charges and 7 drug charges. Even though he hasn’t been used in months and was basically being paid to sit at home, WWF fired him immediately.


The latest episode of WWF Monday Night Raw featured footage from the previous night’s “March Magic” fundraiser in New York City by the Magic Johnson Foundation and Robin Hood Foundation to fight AIDS, with appearances by Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Pat Riley, Diesel, Lawrence Taylor, the 1-2-3 Kid, Magic Johnson, Patrick Ewing, Razor Ramon, The Undertaker and Paul Bearer. The fundraiser raised over $50,000.


The lastest episode of WWF Monday Night Raw included a vignette promoting Salt-N-Peppa appearing at WrestleMania in which they talked about how attractive they thought Diesel, Razor Ramon, and Bret Hart are.


WWF held a press conference announcing Lawrence Taylor would be participating at Wrestlemania 11 and it was a major publicity home run. Media outlets all over the world covered the story and it’s the most publicity a mainstream athlete has gotten for wrestling since Muhammad Ali faced Antonio Inoki in 1976. However, it’s not so great for Lawrence Taylor, who has been absolutely crucified by the sports media for taking part, with basically every media outlet talking about how “fake” and “scripted” pro wrestling is and saying it’s beneath a future football Hall of Famer to go be a pro wrestler.


This actually isn’t Lawrence Taylor’s first foray into wrestling, as he worked an angle for WCW in 1991, but of course, WWF isn’t acknowledging that.


Several media sources are claiming that NFL star Lawrence Taylor is making $500,000 for the Wrestlemania match versus Kama “The Supreme Fighting Machine”, but no one knows for sure because there’s apparently a non-disclosure clause in the deal and Taylor isn’t talking. Media have claimed Taylor is doing it because he has financial problems, which he’s denied. WWF also managed to get several other NFL football players to agree to do the show and be in Taylor’s corner for the match including Steve “Mongo” McMichael.


The same day as Wrestlemania, Japan will be holding a huge show at the Tokyo Dome, featuring wrestlers from 13 different promotions. They won’t be working together. Each match will be from a different promotion and they will all be putting their best foot forward, hoping to present a match that will show why their promotion is the best.


WWF has taken WCW’s bait and decided to also add 4 new In Your House PPVs to their schedule this year, bringing their schedule up to 9 PPVs for the year, equal with WCW. The additional WWF PPVs will actually be cheaper than usual, only $14.95 which comes as a major surprise since higher prices haven’t kept people from buying PPVs in the past. So offering the new events at a cheaper price probably leaves money on the table and makes it seem like these events aren’t as important.


More on Eric Bischoff meeting with K-1 in Japan. He attended a K-1 show and discussed promoting a June PPV which would be like UFC, but have a few more rules thrown in and would feature K-1 fighters and presumably some WCW stars like Meng, Frank Andersson and Craig Pittman as well.


Paul Heyman sent a letter to rival promoter Dennis Coraluzzo threatening a lawsuit, claiming Coraluzzo has been trying to sabotage ECW by contacting venues that they have booked and trying to steal the dates from them or getting the venues to cancel by claiming ECW shows are too wild for the building owners to risk holding.


WWF had made a deal with Rick Martel to work as the top babyface in the Montreal market, but the deal fell through. Montreal is currently WWF’s hottest market and the plan was for Martel to work matches at every taping as a babyface and those matches would only air on TV shows in Montreal and eventually lead to big angles every time WWF comes through town. But Martel backed out for reasons unknown


Jesse “The Body” Ventura has filed a new lawsuit against WWF, asking for $254,000 in interest on top of his original awarded payment from last year which WWF is still currently appealing and hasn’t yet paid.


Both Shane Douglas and Michael Hayes received tryouts to co-host Raw, but Douglas reportedly doesn’t want to do it, so Hayes is the likely front-runner.


WWF star Davey Boy Smith has been sued for $1.3 million over a fight in a Calgary bar back in 1993. The victim claims Smith attacked him after he unknowingly danced with Smith’s wife. The victim suffered permanent brain damage in the attack after hitting his head on the floor and was hospitalized for over a month and still has significant loss of motor skills and speech. The criminal trial for the case is expected to go to court in June.


WCW would no doubt be interested in bringing in Yokozuna, so that Hogan can get his win back, but can they afford to bring in more big money players at the moment. Yokozuna has been on hiatus since the last episode of WWF Monday Night Raw in December of 1994 and his future with the WWF is a major question mark.


CMLL saw a title change last night at CMLL Domingos Arena Mexico, as Dos Caras lost the NWA World Welterweight Championship to El Dandy. This victory marks his third reign with the title. Dos Caras managed nineteen successful title defences prior to this defeat.


AJPW saw a title change last night during the AJPW Deadlock Tour, as Kenta Kobashi and Mitsuharu Misawa lost the AJPW Unified World Tag Team titles to Akira Taue and The Viking (John Nord). This victory marks their first reign with the titles. Kobashi & Misawa managed nineteen successful title defences prior to this defeat.


AJPW launched a new tag team onto the scene last night, as youngsters Richard Slinger and Jim Steele were officially announced as being a regular team and are expected to get a decent push to begin with.


Bad news came in for the fans of Keiji Mutoh last night, as it is reported that he sustained a Cracked Sternum during a New Japan match against Toshiaki Kawada and that he will be required to take some time off in order to heal. Rumours has it that The Great Muta was booked to get a title shot at the WCW United States title at Uncensored, and that Eric Bischoff is currently looking for a new opponent to challenge Ric Flair. Apparently Eric Bischoff is negotiating with both New Japan and AAA trying to secure a loan of a international superstar that could replace The Great Muta and challenge Ric Flair.


AAA TV will now also be showing on SportsChannel Bay Area, as revealed in a AAA press release last night. The deal sees the show expand its potential audience and is seen as a cause for celebration in the AAA offices.


The FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Championship changed hands last night at a FMW Deadly Game Tour event, as Gosaku and Horace Boulder became the new champions, ending the reign of Masato Tanaka and Mitsuhiro Matsunaga after eight title defences.


XWF saw a title change last night at an House Show, as The Nasty Boys lost the XWF Tag Team titles to Greg “The Hammer” Valentine and Ed Leslie. This victory marks their first reign with the titles. The Nasty Boys managed five successful title defences prior to this defeat.


Pancrase Hybrid Wrestling held Pancrase 17 last night in Hiratsuka City Gymnasium, and drew 3,405 fans. The feedback has been that the show was awesome. Performance of the Night belonged to Ken Shamrock after challenging Masakatsu Funaki for the King Of Pancrase title in the main event.


 

WCW Main Event – [Sunday] Week 2 [March] [1995]

WCW Main Event

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


David Walby vs. Meng w/ Col. Parker

“There are 3 types of men: tough men, wrestler-tough men, and then there’s “The Face of Fear” Meng. A man truly feared and respected for his brute strength and unprecedented intensity.

In an hard-hitting squash match, Meng destroyed jobber David Walby in just 38 seconds. The slaughter ended with a flashy Savate Kick.

Rating: 56 C-


Scott Putski & Joey Maggs vs. The High Rollers

In a bout that had decent wrestling and heat, The High Rollers (The Hustler and The Gambler) defeated “Polish Power” Scott Putski and “Jumping” Joey Maggs in 6:11 when The Gambler defeated Joey Maggs 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 by the one and the only. The token stealin’, card flingin’, taxi cab ridin’ son of a gun himself – The Gambler.

Rating: 60 C


Ray Traylor vs. Duane Gill

In an hard-hitting squash match, lawman turned vigilante Ray “The Law” Traylor destroyed jobber Duane Gill in 0:43 with a brutal Spinebuster.

Rating: 56 C-


Interview w/ Ray Traylor

Tony Schiavone interviews the lawman turned vigilante Ray “The Law” Traylor in the arena.

Ray Traylor will be wrestling Meng in a Baseball Bat on a Pole Match at Uncensored. Traylor credits Meng for being a great brawler and a tough guy, but a Baseball Bat on a Pole Match is Traylor’s specialty.

Traylor is going to beat Meng. He warns Colonel Robert Parker and the rest of The Stud Stable to not get involved in the match.

Rating: 84 B+


The Nasty Boys vs. Barry Horowitz and Bobby Starr
Great brawling from The Nasties against jobbers Barry Horowitz and Bobby Starr. The crowd is more behind them than ever after SuperBrawl. The two jobbers are selling like crazy. Pity City, Pit Stop and Nasty I Am ends it in 4:57.

Rating: 75 B-


Interview w/ The Nasty Boys

“Mean Gene” interviews The Nasty Boys and they have Steel Chairs that they’re slamming around. They do the hype job for the upcoming Hardcore Match vs. Kevin Sullivan and One Man Gang at Uncensored. The Nasties promise to take it out of the building and to take the fatboys out.

Rating: 91 A


Stars ‘n’ Stripes vs. Harlem Heat

Stevie Ray and The Patriot kick off the match with Stevie Ray hammering away on the masked wrestler in a corner. Stevie Ray Big Boots The Patriot, but The Patriot quickly comes back with a Scoop Slam and Dropkicks Booker T out of the ring.

Marcus Alexander Bagwell comes off the top rope to strike Stevie Ray. The Stars ‘n’ Stripes are focusing their attack on Stevie Ray’s arm, but Booker T is legally tagged in to work over The Patriot.

The Patriot catches Booker T and hits an Atomic Drop and a Running Clothesline. Bagwell tags in to Hip Toss Booker T and follows up with a Big Splash for a two count. Bagwell comes off the ropes with a Crossbody on Booker T. Bagwell hits a Fisherman Suplex on Booker T for a two count. The Patriot Scoop Slams Stevie Ray. Booker T nails The Patriot as he is standing on the top rope and he crashes to the canvas. Patriot is pinned after tasting the Heat Bomb.

In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Harlem Heat defeated Stars ‘n’ Stripes in 8:39 when Stevie Ray defeated The Patriot by pinfall with a Heat Bomb.

Rating: 76 B-


Uncensored Control Center

Uncensored Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.

After a break, we’re with Gene Okerlund

“Mean Gene” interviews Col. Parker, about his wrestler “The Face of Terror” Meng that is facing the lawman turned vigilante Ray “The Law” Traylor at Uncensored. Parker says Meng is the toughest wrestler of them all and he will destroy Ray Traylor at Uncensored.

Mean Gene also interviewed The Blacktop Bully regarding his match with Dustin Rhodes at Uncensored. Their match will be happening on the back of a truck. Col. Parker says that the truck is The Blacktop Bully’s second home. Dustin Rhodes is going to be paying his dues at Uncensored. The Blacktop Bully is going to use Dustin’s body to get all the dust off his truck!

Col. Parker also says that the Japanese wildman Kurosawa will beat “The Russian Beast” Vladimir Koloff any day of the week and that filthy Communist Nikita will regret that he opened his big mouth.

 

Mean Gene hypes up the main event that will see WCW World Heavyweight Champion Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow compete against Sting and his “Ultimate Surprise” partner. Remember that all matches at Uncensored are gimmick matches.

“Mean” Gene talk about the upcoming Uncensored and makes the announcement that the following matches will take place at Uncensored:

Texas Bull Rope w/ Loser Leaves WCW Stipulation

Johnny B. Badd vs. Paul Orndorff

Taped Fist

Vladimir Koloff vs. Kurosawa

Elimination Match

The Steiners vs. Harlem Heat

Hardcore Match

The Nasty Boys vs. Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang

Texas Death Match

Fire and Ice vs. Miracle Violence Connection

King Of The Road Match

Dustin Rhodes vs. The Blacktop Bully

Baseball Bat on a Pole Match

Ray Traylor vs. Meng

Best of Seven Series Match 6 (No DQ)

Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin

Two Out Of Three Falls Match

Randy Savage vs. Curt Hennig

Caged Heat Match

Sting & “The Ultimate Surprise” vs. Vader & Bam Bam Bigelow

Rating: 93 A


WCW World Television Title Match

Jim Duggan vs. Arn Anderson

“The Enforcer” Arn Anderson tries for a Shoulder Block in the opening moments of the match, but “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan doesn’t budge and “Double A” crashes to the canvas. Duggan runs over Anderson with another shoulder block. “Hacksaw” Atomic Drops Arn to the floor and Duggan goes to the floor to nail the champion with a Clothesline!

Back in the ring, Duggan gets a two count after a Hip Toss. Duggan hits a Vertical Suplex, but Arn kicks out at two. Anderson drops Duggan throat first across the top rope to gain the advantage. Duggan battles back with a Backdrop and Clotheslines the champ. Duggan Scoop Slams Arn and goes for the Three Point Stance Clothesline, but crashes into the corner and Arn Anderson nails Duggan with a perfect Spinebuster for the win.

In a bout that had great heat and good wrestling, Arn Anderson defeated Jim Duggan in 9:41 by pinfall with a Spinebuster. Arn Anderson makes defence number 7 of his WCW World Television Championship title.

Rating: 80 B


Show Rating 82 B

WCW Saturday Night – [Saturday] Week 2 [March] [1995]

WCW Saturday Night

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 16,980 people at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, Iowa.

It’s a Sell Out!


Tony Schiavone, Bobby “The Brain” Heenan and Eric Bischoff open the show telling us that tonight’s Main Event will feature The Four Horsemen member “Superstar” Steve Austin and blue chipper Marcus Alexander Bagwell.


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


WCW Cruiserweight Title Tournament Quarter Final

Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Kid Flash

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, Rey Mysterio Jr. defeated Kid Flash in a Tournament Quarter Final match in 8:09 by pinfall with a Top Rope Senton.

Rating: 67 C+


Cruiserweight Division Vignette

The WCW Cruiserweight division offers fast paced adrenaline pumping show-stealing matches with high-risk maneuvers, amazing characters and stylish high flyers. WCW have some of the best athletes that implements various styles, as Lucha Libre, Japanese Junior Heavyweights, North American Cruiserweights and submission-based technicans.

Rating: 65 C


Randy Savage vs. Bobby Starr

“Macho Man” Randy Savage goes all wild man on Bobby Starr and takes him down early. He hits two diving Elbow Drops to win, to prove a point, dig it! In an squash match, Randy Savage defeated jobber Bobby Starr in 5:23 by pinfall with a Savage Elbow Drop.

Rating: 72 B-


Interview w/ Randy Savage

Mean Gene conducted an interview with “Macho Man” Randy Savage regarding his match with The Four Horsemen member Curt Hennig at Uncensored next week. Savage says you have to read between the lines and says that at Uncensored Hennig is going to fall all the way down with the big Elbow. Randy will do whatever it takes at Uncensored to win.

“Oooh-Yeah!”

Rating: 100 A*


Gene Okerlund is promoting a WCW Hotline story on WCW World Champion Sting’s “Ultimate Surprise” at Uncensored…


Tim Horner vs. The Blacktop Bully w/ Col. Parker

It’s an entertaining brawl and The Blacktop Bully uses the outside to his advantage alot and ends it with the 10-4. In an match, Old School brawler The Blacktop Bully defeated underdog “White Lightning” Tim Horner in 5:14 by submission with a Breaker 1-9.

Rating: 66 C+


After the match; The Blacktop Bully screams that he is going to break Dustin Rhodes arm at Uncensored…


Interview w/ The Stud Stable

After the match, Mean Gene talks to Col. Robert Parker and The Blacktop Bully. The Blacktop Bully says he does whatever he wants in his life and wants Dustin Rhodes to be ready for their match taking place inside the back of a moving truck at Uncensored, because he will end Dustin’s career.

Moments later, “The Natural” Dustin Rhodes ran into the ring and yelled that Col. Parker and The Blacktop Bully had gone over the line with their threats.

Dustin said that The Blacktop Bully didn’t scare him and he wanted a match with him even before their scheduled match at Uncensored.

Then WCW Comissioner Nick Bockwinkel and lots of WCW Security enters the ring, getting in both Dustin Rhodes and The Blacktop Bully’s faces, escorting them to the backstage area.

Rating: 95 A*


Bobby Blaze & Eddie Golden vs. Big, Bad and Dangerous w/ Harley Race & Col. Parker

The enormous tag team of “Rocky Mountain Horror” Vader and “The Beast From The East” Bam Bam Bigelow had a hard-hitting squash match this week. Vader really lays into the jobbers with the big punches and they stretch this out a bit to do a “Hey, Hogan’s not here so we can do whatever we want” type deal.

Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Bobby Blaze and Eddie Golden at 2:49 with simultaneous pins after dropping each opponent with the Powerbomb.

After the match, Bam Bam Bigelow delivered a few extra Splashes onto the poor jobbers to add more insult to the loss.

Rating: 57 C-


Interview w/ Big, Bad and Dangerous

After the match, Mean Gene talks to Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow with the jobbers at their feet. While Colonel Parker and Harley Race is all smiles.

Vader says that Sting is responsible for what he just did to the jobber. Vader says that he has held different World titles on four continents which is making him the closest thing professional wrestling has ever had to a true World Champion.

Bam Bam Bigelow talks about Uncensored having no rules and that it will mark the end of Sting! Bam Bam Bigelow isn’t playing any silly games with Sting at Uncensored.

“It’s time!”

“It’s Vader time!”

“It’s time for the Pain Game!”

Rating: 100 A*


“Mean” Gene Okerlund is promoting a WCW Hotline story on wrestling superstar Lex Luger that just gave his notice to WWF…


Dustin Rhodes vs. The Blacktop Bully Hype Video

A video promoting Dustin Rhodes vs. The Blacktop Bully feud is aired.

Their match at Uncensored will be taking place inside the back of a moving truck.

The truck is The Blacktop Bully’s second home and the badguy has promised to end Dustin’s career and break his arm.

Can the average working class guy Dustin Rhodes overcome the biggest challenge of his career? Or is this the end of The Rhodes Legacy?

Rating: 95 A*


Sting and Dustin Rhodes vs. The Power Company

In a good match, Sting and “The Natural” Dustin Rhodes defeated powerhouse duo The Power Company in 6:30 when Sting defeated Dean Power by submission with a Scorpion Deathlock.

Rating: 75 B-


Uncensored Control Center

Uncensored Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.

After a break, we’re with Gene Okerlund

“Mean Gene” interviews Sting, about facing Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow at Uncensored. He doesn’t consider Bam Bam Bigelow all that big. Sting is going to tie Bam Bam in a knot and then he is going to break Vader’s hands and knees!

Sting begins shouting about the surprise he has for Big, Bad and Dangerous at Uncensored and how it’s going to rock the wrestling world and WCW to it’s foundation.

He also makes vague threats towards wanting to whip both Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow with Vader’s title belt.

Sting is going to be the maniac he needs to be and he will have “The Ultimate Surprise” for Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow.

 

Gene hypes up the main event that will see WCW World Heavyweight Champion Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow compete against Sting and his “Ultimate Surprise” partner. Remember that all matches at Uncensored are gimmick matches.

“Mean” Gene talk about the upcoming Uncensored and makes the announcement that the following matches will take place at Uncensored:

Texas Bull Rope w/ Loser Leaves WCW Stipulation

Johnny B. Badd vs. Paul Orndorff

Taped Fist

Vladimir Koloff vs. Kurosawa

Elimination Match

The Steiners vs. Harlem Heat

Hardcore Match

The Nasty Boys vs. Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang

Texas Death Match

Fire and Ice vs. Miracle Violence Connection

King Of The Road Match

Dustin Rhodes vs. The Blacktop Bully

Baseball Bat on a Pole Match

Ray Traylor vs. Meng

Best of Seven Series Match 6 (No DQ)

Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin

Two Out Of Three Falls Match

Randy Savage vs. Curt Hennig

Caged Heat Match

Sting & “The Ultimate Surprise” vs. Vader & Bam Bam Bigelow

Rating: 100 A*


Gene Okerlund is promoting a WCW Hotline story on who Sting’s surprise could be at Uncensored. He wants the fans to call the WCW Hotline…


WCW World Six-Man Tag Team Title Match

The Steiner Brothers and Brian Blair vs. The Stud Stable w/ Col. Parker

In a bout that had good wrestling and a good reaction from the crowd, The Stud Stable (Steve Williams, Terry Gordy and Kurasawa) defeated Brian Blair and The Steiner Brothers in 16:07 when Terry “Bamm Bamm” Gordy defeated Brian Blair by pinfall with a Powerbomb following interference from Booker T. During the match we had Harlem Heat taunting The Steiner Brothers. Kurasawa and Miracle Violence Connection make defence number 1 of their WCW World Six-Man Tag Team Championship titles.

Rating: 80 B


Fire and Ice vs. Miracle Violence Connection Hype Video

A video promoting the Fire and Ice vs. Miracle Violence Connection match at Uncensored is aired.

The powerhouse duo Fire and Ice (Ice Train and Scott Norton) is an “Unstoppable Force”. They are stronger and they hit harder than every other tag team in WCW.

Their opponents; “Dr. Death” Steve Williams and Terry “Bam Bam” Gordy known as Miracle Violence Connection is a established top team that previously have won the WCW World Tag Team titles as well as dominating and winning tag team titles in Japan.

Rating: 99 A*


Marcus Alexander Bagwell vs. Steve Austin w/ Jeannie

Steve Austin slaps Marcus Alexander Bagwell in the corner, but runs away from Bagwell. Austin mounts Bagwell and gets a few right hands in, but Bagwell nearly rolls Austin up for a near win.

Austin uses a handful of tights to nearly pin Bagwell as well. Bagwell fights back with a series of Arm Drags and a Backdrop. Austin avoids a Dropkick and tosses Marcus to the floor. Bagwell blocks a ring post shot and returns to the ring. Bagwell mounts Austin with a series of right hands, but that doesn’t last long.

During the match we also had Brian Pillman watching Steve Austin from the audience.

Bagwell stops Austin on the top rope and hits a Superplex! Bagwell begins to hammer away on Austin and drops Austin, but Austin is able to pin Bagwell with Stun Gun after Jeannie interfered.

In a bout that had great wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Steve Austin defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell in 15:46 by pinfall with a Stun Gun after Jeannie interfered.

Rating: 92 A


Interview w/ 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.

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

Tony Schiavone interviewed “Superstar” Steve Austin, who claimed he was the #1 wrestling talent in the world and is going after the WCW World Heavyweight Title when he has defeated Pillman at Uncensored.

“To be the man Woooo! — , you gotta beat the man!” WCW United States champion Ric Flair says that at Uncensored it’s time for Randy Savage to go to school with Curt Hennig! The Four Horsemen will take care of Savage and drive him out of WCW.

“The Nature Boy” also says that he is ready for whatever contender Commissioner Bockwinkel throws at him. “Woooo!”

Curt Hennig says that he will take care of business in the most “Perfect” way at Uncensored.

WCW World Television champion “The Enforcer” Arn Anderson claims that he has more title defenses in a weekend than Hulk Hogan had in a year.

Rating: 100 A*


Show Rating 92 A

 

WCW Worldwide – [Friday] Week 2 [March] [1995]

WCW Worldwide

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


Wild Pegasus vs. Super Liger

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, Super Liger defeated Wild Pegasus in 8:04 by pinfall with a Liger Bomb.

Rating: 75 B-


Cruiserweight Division Vignette

The WCW Cruiserweight division offers fast paced adrenaline pumping show-stealing matches with high-risk maneuvers, amazing characters and stylish high flyers. WCW have some of the best athletes that implements various styles, as Lucha Libre, Japanese Junior Heavyweights, North American Cruiserweights and submission-based technicans.

Rating: 65 C


It’s the return of Jimmy Hart…


Barry Horowitz and Bobby Starr vs. The Super Assassins w/ Jimmy Hart

In a squash match, the masked powerhouse duo known as The Super Assassins dominated and destroyed jobbers Barryy Horowitz and Bobby Starr. It ended in 1:31 when Super Assassin #2 defeated Bobby Starr by pinfall with an Aided Powerbomb.

Rating: 46 D


Interview w/ The Super Assassins

Mike Tenay had an interview with Jimmy Hart hyping his new clients The Super Assassins; two muscular power wrestlers with a combined weight of 593 lbs. Hart hypes Super Assassin #1 and Super Assassin #2 as serious contenders for the tag team titles.

Rating: 88 B+


Konnan vs. Julio Sanchez

In a bout that had decent wrestling and little heat, “The Mexican Hulk Hogan” Konnan defeated jobber Julio Sanchez in 5:25 by pinfall with a Montezuma’s Revenge.

Rating: 52 D+


The Fantastics vs. Bad Attitude

Crowd’s hot and the match has a ton of energy and rasslin’ drama! The Fantastics (Bobby Fulton and Tommy Rogers) defeated Bad Attitude (Bobby Eaton and Steve Keirn) in 10:08 when Steve Keirn intentionally got counted out while fighting Bobby Fulton.

Rating: 80 B


DDP’s Arm Wrestling Invitational Match

An in-ring segment in which Diamond Dallas Page, with the Diamond Doll and his bodyguard Max Muscle, appeared with DDP’s Arm Wrestling Trophy.

Tonight Scott “Flash” Norton the winner of DDP’s Arm Wrestling Invitational gets a shot at arm wrestling champion Diamond Dallas Page and the $100,000.

Prior to the match, DDP stated that he hurt his arm warming up and that Max Muscle will be his replacement.

Norton was clearly going to beat Max Muscle, but DDP kicked Norton’s legs from under him and Muscle won. Teddy Long and Norton’s partner Ice Train did ran out and protested to Commissioner Nick Bockwinkel due to DDP interfering during the match. Bockwinkel orders that the arm wrestling match will be restarted.

In a intense arm wrestling match, Scott “Flash” Norton defeated bodybuilder Max Muscle and receives a check of $100,000 and celebrates together with Ice Train and Teddy Long.

DDP and Max Muscle are devastated. They can’t believe their eyes.

Rating: 92 A


WCW World Six-Man Tag Team Title Match
The Armstrongs vs. The Stud Stable w/ Col. Parker

In a bout that had good wrestling and a good reaction from the crowd, The Stud Stable (Steve Williams, Terry Gordy and Kurasawa) defeated The Armstrongs (Brad Armstrong, Scott Armstrong and Steve Armstrong) in 8:26 when Terry Gordy defeated Scott Armstrong by pinfall with a Powerbomb. Kurasawa and Miracle Violence Connection make defence number 2 of their WCW World Six-Man Tag Team Championship titles.

Rating: 74 B-


Show Rating 68 C+

Latest News from around the World

The latest “Ultimate Surprise” news! With Hulk Hogan trying to recreate his Hulkamania peak, by bringing with him all of his old cronies and favourite foes like Jimmy Hart, Randy Savage, Brutus Beefcake, “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, John Tenta, Brian Blair and many more, obviously he’d have loved to have added The Warrior to the mix too, but with WCW under pressure to keep their spending under control, he seems to be out of their price range.


Segments of the latest Monday Night Raw were filmed by “MTV Sports,” hosted by Dan Cortese. During the episode, Cortese was shown training in the ring before the show with WWF World Champion Bret Hart, Razor Ramon, and Ricky Steamboat. Later in the show, Cortese was kicked out of the heel locker room after having a confrontation with Shawn Michaels, Diesel, Jeff Jarrett, Jake Roberts and others.


Brian Adams known as Crush in WWF was arrested in his native Kona, Hawaii, on illegal drug possession and illegal handgun possession charges. A search of his home had turned up several illegal handguns, as well as large quantities of marijuana and anabolic steroids.


Business-wise, the Hulk Hogan vs. Vader feud has the potential to be the most successful in WCW’s history so far. The buyrate for SuperBrawl V is reportedly just below the record-setting buyrates that the Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair angle did. A lot of fans despise Hulk Hogan and say he’s killing the promotion, but numbers don’t lie and the fact is, he’s bringing in more money to WCW than they’ve ever had before. So expect WCW to do big business on the hyped feud when Hulk Hogan returns in September to settle the score with the “Rocky Mountain Monster”. A WarGames match between Team Hogan vs. Vader w/ The Stud Stable could be a “Potential Money Maker”.


ECW Living Dangerously Report! Extreme Championship Wrestling held ECW Living Dangerously last night in front of 8,100 at Sun National Bank Arena in New Jersey. The feedback has been that the show was awesome despite the promotion missing several stars due to injuries and ongoing Japanese tours.

ECW continues showcasing exciting Mexican Luchadors, Japanese Juniors and North American Cruiserweights and in a fast-paced Three-Way Dance; Ultimo Guerrero defeated EZ Money and Takashi Okano.

The storyline between “Hardcore vs. Anti-Hardcore” proceeded as “The King of Old School” Steve Corino made hardcore worker Hack Myers submit to the Cobra Clutch and later ended up in a heated arguement with color commentator “The Hardcore Icon” Terry Funk that made the ECW fans almost go into a riot mood. Corino recently brough in Bobby Duncum Jr. and Joe Malenko as part of his “The School Of Tradition” stable. In the next match Joe Malenko defeated Mikey Whipwreck by submission with a Texas Cloverleaf.

The Eliminators defeated Hardcore Chair Swingin’ Freaks and Bad Crew in a Three-Way Dance match  when Saturn defeated Bad Crew #2 by pinfall with a Total Elimination.

In a storyline segment fan favorite “Hot Stuff” Eddie Gilbert did eat a Chokeslam from 911 after a heated confrontation with Paul Heyman and his new Dangerous Alliance (911, Sabu and Rob Van Dam).

Newcomer and Triple Threat member Chris Candido defeated Devon Storm by pinfall with a Superplex.

The Pitbulls got their revenge and defeated The Dudley Boyz in a bloody and hard-hitting Street Fight match, when Pitbull #1 defeated D-von Dudley by pinfall with an Aided Superbomb. After the match, The Pitbulls puts The Dudleys through a table.

The ECW World TV title was on the line and champion Lucifer Payne defeated Crash The Terminator and Rob Van Dam in a Three-Way Dance match. when Lucifer Payne defeated Crash The Terminator by submission with a Fujiwara Armbar. Lucifer Payne makes defence number 2 of his ECW World Television Championship title.

In “The Match of the Night” that had hard-hitting action and great heat, Public Enemy defeated The Bruise Brothers in a Tables match. Public Enemy make defence number 3 of their ECW World Tag Team Championship titles.

In a tag team match Raven and The Killdozer for Hire defeated Tommy Dreamer and Stevie Richards, when Raven defeated Stevie Richards by pinfall with an Evenflow DDT following interference by The Eliminators.

In the main event, Sabu defeated The Sandman and Shane Douglas in a Three-Way Dance match, when Sabu defeated The Sandman by pinfall with an Arabian Facebuster. Sabu makes defence number 12 of his ECW World Heavyweight Championship title.

The show ended with a Dangerous Alliance Promo with Paul Heyman insulting Eddie Gilbert and the ECW fans; while hyping his new main event calibre client that is yet to debut.


Rob Van Dam previously known as Robbie V in WCW has been impressive working the recent AJPW tour and is expected to become a regular for that promotion soon. Van Dam is amazingly agile, a great high flyer and one of the best all round talents emerging on the U.S. indy scene.


In USWA, they’re doing an angle with the real-life mothers of Tommy Rich and Wolfie D of PG-13. It looks to be leading to a match between the two moms. Tommy Rich’s mom cut a great promo, saying that the best day of her life was when Tommy was born, but when Wolfie D’s mother gave birth to her son, she was immediately arrested for littering.


At a recent indie show, a fan sprayed “The Homicidal Suicidal Genocidal Death-Defying Maniac” Sabu in the face with mace.


This spring may be the busiest in wrestling history in terms of major shows, with WCW’s Uncensored, WWF’s Wrestlemania 11, Inoki’s North Korea show, UFC 5, AAA’s TripleMania 3, NJPW’s Fukuoka Dome show, and several other major shows in Japan and elsewhere all happening within the next several weeks. The North Korea shows will be 2 shows on consecutive nights and will likely break the Hulk Hogan vs. Andre the Giant All-Time attendance record.


Toys-R-Us has decided not to carry any WWF or WCW merchandise due to outside pressures from all the scandals that continue to plague the business.


Eric Bischoff is schedule to have a meeting with the head of K-1, the martial arts organization, to discuss a possible future PPV together. A event would most likely feature WCW stars such as Meng, Craig Pittman and Frank Andersson.


Erik Watts got a tryout as part of a tag team at the latest WWF tapings, because Jim Ross made it happen.


WWF World Heavyweight champion Bret Hart appeared on the Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous this past weekend.


The latest on John Studd is that his cancer is in remission. He have two forms of cancer and will undergo a chemo and a bone marrow transplant.


GWF money woes! Fans can expect massive cutbacks in budget for Global Wrestling Federation as the excessive spending seems to have caught up with the promotion. The latest GWF show was ironically named “Close To The Edge” and might be the last one before the promotion folds, unless new investors decides to keep the promotion afloat.


Paul Alperstein’s American Wrestling Federation is reported to be in financial ruin. Alperstein’s running of the company has been called into question many times and his excessive spending seems to have caught up with him.


Vampiro, Mr. Gannosuke and Headhunter A began their second reign as FMW Six Man Street Fight Tag Team champions last night, when they took the titles back from Ichiro Yaguchi, Jason The Terrible and Leatherface in a match that some said crossed the line and was sickening in its brutality.


Bull Pain began his first reign as SMW Beat the Champ Television champion last night at Sunday Bloody Sunday, when he won the match against Scott Armstrong to decide a worthy champion for the previously vacant title. The title was vacated when the previous champion Brian Armstrong moved to WWF to become Jeff Jarrett’s “Roadie”.


Joshi wrestler Jaguar Yokota held a press conference last night announcing the formation of her own promotion Big Japan Pro-Wrestling. She revealed that she had big plans for the new company. The “Blood, Guts and Groceries” promotion follows in the footsteps of organisations such as Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling and International Wrestling Association of Japan, who helped popularise a hard-hitting, violent and bloody style of wrestling known as the Deathmatch. These matches are usually weapon filled, using both “conventional” weapons (such as chairs and tables), as well as “extreme” weapons not usually seen in mainstream wrestling, and previously unused in wrestling at all.


Roland Alexander founds All Pro Wrestling. He held a press conference last night announcing the formation of his own promotion, APW based in Hayward, California that will feature a Nor-Cal Indy product. The stars of APW are Jeep Swenson, Manny Fernandez, Mark Youngblood and Todd Morton.


The vultures appear to be circling Dennis Coraluzzo’s crisis-stricken NWA-NJ, who look set to release several wrestlers in the near future. Insiders say that the company’s recent decline in fortunes means they need to cut back on expensive wrestlers if they are to survive, and the very top stars may be fired in the next week.


GAEA Japan officially opened in Japan, founded by Chigusa Nagayo. GAEA Japan is a Japanese Joshi promotion. GAEA’s name comes from the Greek mythological goddess of the Earth, Gaea or Gaia.


AJPW saw a title change last night, as Mitsuo Momota lost the AJPW World Jr. Heavyweight title to Yoshinari Ogawa. This victory marks his first reign with the title. Mitsuo Momota managed seven successful title defences prior to this defeat.


New champion in All Japan! The vacant AJPW Triple Crown Championship was claimed last night, as Stan “The Lariat” Hansen became the new champion by defeating Akira Taue during the AJPW Deadlock Tour. This victory marks his fourth reign with the title. The title was recently vacated since The Warrior is “On Hiatus” and don’t participate in the ongoing AJPW tour.


Last night saw NJPW complete the signing of WAR star Jado to a written contract, as they continue to bolster their roster. An official statement on their website indicated that fans will likely get their first view of the new signing at the next show.


SMW last night revealed in a short press release that Devon Storm had left the company. According to our sources, the split was because Jim Cornette is in an war with ECW owner Paul Heyman and Devon Storm did sign a exclusive PPV contract with ECW.


FMW saw a title change last night at the FMW Deadly Game Tour, as La Parka lost the FMW Independent World Jr. Heavyweight championship to Taka Michinoku. This victory marks his first reign with the title.


In a short statement on their website, WWF last night revealed that they had parted ways with “Captain” Lou Albano after his contract had expired. No further information was given, other than them wishing him well.


According to WWF insiders Tom Brandi known as Flip of The Bodydonnas recently got a lot of heat with the rest of the locker room after pulling a tastleless rib on everyone backstage.


El Gigante has confirmed that he has recently signed a contract with WAR, and will be part of their next tour as an “Special Attraction” in order to freshen up the roster and give the fans an extra reason to attend. El Gigante spent 1994 working for Jimmy Hart’s and Greg Valentine’s XWF promotion.


CMLL saw a title change last night at CMLL Super Viernes, as Brazo del Plata, Brazo del Oro and Mascarita Sagrada lost the CMLL World Trios Championship to Jaque Mate, Emilio Charles Jr. and Sangre Chicana. This victory marks their first reign with the titles. Brazo de Plata, Brazo de Oro and Mascarita Sagrada managed seven successful title defences prior to this defeat.


The Warlord has confirmed that he has recently signed a contract with UWFi, and will be part of their next tour in order to freshen up the roster and give the fans an extra reason to attend. The Warlord will also continue to work for AAA, UWA, MEWF and UWF.


WWF signs NFL star Steve “Mongo” McMichael to an development contract and he will be groomed in Heartland Wrestling Association. McMichaels is rumoured to be part of the ongoing feud between NFL star Lawrence Taylor and “The Supreme Fighting Machine” Kama that looks to be settled at WrestleMania XI.


The vacant SMW Tag Team titles were claimed last night at SMW Devil’s Playground, as The Armstrongs (Steve and Scott) became the new champions after defeating Mark Starr and Jimmy Del Ray. The titles was previously vacated when ECW stole Brian Lee and Chris Candido from SMW.


 

WCW Main Event – [Sunday] Week 1 [March] [1995]

WCW Main Event

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


They call him Mr. Wonderful…

You know he is so Wonderful…

And he knows it too…

His valet Toni is carrying a mirror to the ring so that “Mr. Wonderful” can watch himself as he is making his entrance.


Scott Putski vs. Paul Orndorff w/ Toni

The narcissistic bully “Mr. Wonderful” Paul Orndorff is very heelish in his way, and tried to play-up his superior physique bullying his opponent around. But Putski is no couch potato and provides a challenge until Toni distracts the referee so that Orndorff can use some illegal tactics to get control.

Loud “Paula” chants from the crowd during the match.

Paul Orndorff defeated Scott Putski in 2:51 by pinfall with a Spike Piledriver.

Rating: 56 C-


Interview w/ Paul Orndorff

Mean Gene conducted an interview with “Mr. Wonderful” Paul Orndorff. He will be wrestling Johnny B. Badd in a Texas Bullrope match at Uncensored in two weeks.

Orndorff is confident that he will beat “The Badd Man” Johnny B. Badd at the Pay-Per-View. Orndorff talks about Badd having a Boxing backround means nothing. Orndorff is going to beat “The Little Man” at Uncensored using his superior strength.

Orndorff issues an challenge to Badd. He wants the Texas Bullrope match to also feature a Loser Leaves WCW stipulation. If “The Little Man” is man enough?

Rating: 80 B


The Lightning Express vs. Harlem Heat

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Harlem Heat defeated The Lightning Express in 5:46 when Booker T defeated Tim Horner by pinfall with a Heat Bomb.

Rating: 75 B-


Ray Traylor vs. The Samoan Savage

It’s wild hard-hitting powerhouse vs. powerhouse brawl. The fans are really cheering for Traylor and really into him. Both wrestlers takes quite the beating, before The Samoan Savage is succombing to the Spinebuster in 5:38.

Rating: 74 B-


Interview w/ Ray Traylor

Tony Schiavone had an interview with Ray Traylor hyping his upcoming Baseball Bat on a Pole Matchwith Meng at Uncensored.

The vigilante Ray “The Law” Traylor tells Schiavone is that he isn’t disappointed at being removed from his position as “The Official Strong Arm of the Law”.

Traylor was rewarded by WCW by having his handcuffs and badge taken away from him. He stopped trying and began living for himself and will do everything it takes to lay down the law. Traylor isn’t playing any silly games with Meng at Uncensored. He is going to take that Baseball Bat and use it to end Meng’s career and then he will come for the Colonel and the rest of The Stud Stable.

Rating: 89 A


Johnny B. Badd vs. The Hustler

In a decent match, Johnny B. Badd defeated The Hustler in 5:58 by pinfall with a Shooting Star Press. 

The Hustler vociferously protests to the referee that his opponent did cheat. Accompanied by a frenzied voice and wild pantomimes The Hustler claims that his hair was pulled by the other wrestler to score the victory. 

During the match we also had the narcissistic bully “Mr. Wonderful” Paul Orndorff watching the match from the ramp.

Rating: 76 B-


Interview w/ Johnny B. Badd

Eric Bischoff interviews Johnny B. Badd. He is hyped and accept the challenge made by “Mr. Wonderful” for the Loser Leaves WCW stipulation.

“The Badd Man” knows that he will nail the biggest punch in history to beat Paul Orndorff at Uncensored. Badd will never forget what Orndorff has done to him. Badd is going to the winners circle while Orndorff will be going to Dreamland to join the other senior citizens.

Rating: 82 B


Uncensored Control Center

Uncensored Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.

After a break, we’re with Gene Okerlund

“Mean Gene” interviews Col. Parker and Harley Race, about Uncensored.

Col. Parker says that The Stud Stable are gaining major respect and the wrestlers in the backstage area are shaking in their boots. Then Colonel Parker puffs his Cuban cigar and hypes up Meng as being the greatest martial arts expert ever. Col. Parker is claiming that Ray “The Law” Traylor will get hurt at Uncensored and be unable to defend himself.

Col. Parker also says that Miracle Violence Connection is unbeatable and the next WCW World Tag Team Champions.

Harley Race says that Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow are ready for Sting and his “Ultimate Surprise” next week at Uncensored and that “It’s time for the Pain Game”.

“Mean” Gene talk about the upcoming Uncensored and makes the announcement that the following matches will take place at Uncensored:

Texas Bull Rope Loser Leaves WCW Match

Johnny B. Badd vs. Paul Orndorff

Hardcore Match

The Nasty Boys vs. Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang

Texas Death Match

Fire and Ice vs. Miracle Violence Connection

King Of The Road Match

Dustin Rhodes vs. The Blacktop Bully

Baseball Bat on a Pole Match

Ray Traylor vs. Meng

Best of Seven Series Match 6 (No DQ)

Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin

Caged Heat Match

Sting & “The Ultimate Surprise” vs. Vader & Bam Bam Bigelow

Rating: 94 A


WCW World Six-Man Tag Team Title Match

Jim Duggan, Marcus Alexander Bagwell and The Patriot vs. The Stud Stable w/ Col. Parker

In a decent match, The Stud Stable (Steve Williams, Terry “Bam Bam” Gordy and Kurasawa) defeated “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan and Stars ‘n’ Stripes in 7:53 when Steve Williams defeated The Patriot by pinfall with an Oklahoma Stampede. Kurasawa and Miracle Violence Connection win the WCW World Six-Man Tag Team Championship titles.

Rating: 76 B-


Show Rating 80 B

WCW Saturday Night – [Saturday] Week 1 [March] [1995]

WCW Saturday Night

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 13,000 people at Taco Bell Arena, in Boise, Idaho. It’s a Sell Out!


Tony Schiavone, Bobby “The Brain” Heenan and Eric Bischoff open the show telling us that tonight’s Main Event will feature WCW World Heavyweight champion Vader and the title will be on the line.


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


WCW Cruiserweight Title Tournament Quarter Final

Ultimo Dragon vs. Super Liger

In a energetic Cruiserweight bout that had high-flying and fast-paced moves, Ultimo Dragon defeated Super Liger in a Tournament Quarter Final match in 7:50 by submission with a Dragon Sleeper.

Rating: 75 B-


Cruiserweight Division Vignette

The WCW Cruiserweight division offers fast paced adrenaline pumping show-stealing matches with high-risk maneuvers, amazing characters and stylish high flyers. WCW have some of the best athletes that implements various styles, as Lucha Libre, Japanese Junior Heavyweights, North American Cruiserweights and submission-based technicans.

Rating: 69 C+


“Mean” Gene Okerlund tells us that Brian Pillman had a guest spot on Baywatch. He wants the fans to call the WCW Hotline…


The Steiner Brothers vs. The Malenko Brothers

In a bout that had technical wrestling and decent heat, The Steiner Brothers defeated The Malenko Brothers in 6:10 when Scott Steiner defeated Joe Malenko by pinfall with a Steiner Flatliner.

Rating: 76 B-


A Statement from the Commissioner

A pre-tape from Commissioner Nick Bockwinkels office. Bockwinkel says that because the WCW World Heavyweight title will not be defended at Uncensored, it will be defended tonight on WCW Saturday Night in a Triple Threat Match.

Vader’s two mystery challengers will be announced later during the show.

Rating: 100 A*


The Nasty Boys vs. Julio Sanchez & Luther Biggs

In a squash match that had stiff and sloppy action, The Nasty Boys defeated jobbers Julio Sanchez and Luther Biggs in 1:37 when Jerry Sags defeated Luther Biggs, when Saggs leaps off the top rope to hit an Elbow Drop.

Rating: 58 C-


Interview w/ The Nasty Boys

After the match, Brian Knobbs and Jerry Sags are interviewed by Tony Schiavone.

The Nasty Boys will be meeting their bitter arch rivals Kevin Sullivan and One Man Gang in a Hardcore Match at Uncensored. Saggs says they are going to use a lot of weapons and the two fatboys will be going down. Knobbs doesn’t think Kevin Sullivan and One Man Gang can handle them in a Hardcore Match.

Rating: 85 B+


Fire and Ice w/ Teddy Long vs. The Barrio Brothers

In an extremely stiff match, powerhouse duo Fire and Ice dominated The Barrio Brothers. It ended in 4:36 by pinfall with a Flashback followed by a Train Wreck.

Rating: 76 B-


Interview w/ Fire and Ice

Gene Okerlund had an interview with Teddy Long hyping his clients “Fire and Ice”. It was also noted that Teddy Long is eager for Fire and Ice to defend against all the top contenders, including Miracle Violence Connection.

Rating: 81 B


Randy Savage vs. Pat Tanaka w/ DDP

In a bout that had good wrestling and a good reaction from the crowd, “Macho Man” Randy Savage defeated Pat Tanaka in 7:31 by pinfall with a Savage Elbow Drop.

Rating: 73 B-


Interview w/ Randy Savage

Eric Bischoff had an interview with Randy Savage.

“Macho Man” says that he wants to prove himself. He wants Commissioner Bockwinkel to give him a real challenge at Uncensored. He is going to prove that he deserve title matches in WCW.

He says that Ric Flair is a coward, and that he would take the WCW United States title from Flair if Flair was man enough to step into the ring with the Macho Man.

There is no stopping the madness!

“The madness is runnin’ wild! Ohhhhh yeahhhh!”

*finger snap*

“Outta Here!”

*Savage leaves*

Rating: 100 A*


Brian Blair and Bobby Walker vs. Harlem Heat

In a decent match, Harlem Heat defeated Brian Blair and “Hardwork” Bobby Walker in 8:06 when Stevie Ray defeated Bobby Walker by pinfall with a Heat Bomb.

Rating: 74 B-


Uncensored Control Center

Uncensored Control Center segment hosted by Gene Okerlund.

After a break, we’re with Gene Okerlund

“Mean Gene” interviews Sting, about facing Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow at Uncensored.

Sting continues making promises of the debut of his “Ultimate Surprise”.

Sting says that Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow are evil and gets aggravated when he thinks about what they did to Hulk Hogan at SuperBrawl. Sting says that he is no longer mister nice guy.

Gene hypes up the main event that will see WCW World Heavyweight Champion Vader and Bam Bam Bigelow compete against Sting and his “Ultimate Surprise” partner. Remember that all matches at Uncensored are gimmick matches.

“Mean” Gene talk about the upcoming Uncensored and makes the announcement that the following matches will take place at Uncensored:

Texas Bull Rope

Johnny B. Badd vs. Paul Orndorff

Hardcore Match

The Nasty Boys vs. Kevin Sullivan & One Man Gang

Texas Death Match

Fire and Ice vs. Miracle Violence Connection

King Of The Road Match

Dustin Rhodes vs. The Blacktop Bully

Baseball Bat on a Pole Match

Ray Traylor vs. Meng

Best of Seven Series Match 6 (No DQ)

Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin

Caged Heat Match

Sting & “The Ultimate Surprise” vs. Vader & Bam Bam Bigelow

Rating: 95 A*


Gene Okerlund is promoting a WCW Hotline story on who Sting’s surprise could be at Uncensored. He wants the fans to call the WCW Hotline…


Johnny B. Badd vs. Curt Hennig

In a bout that had superb wrestling and great heat, Four Horseman member Curt Hennig defeated Johnny B. Badd in 10:24 by submission with a Figure Four Leglock.

Rating: 80 B


Dustin Rhodes vs. The Blacktop Bully Hype Video

A highlight video is shown to promote the feud between average working class guy “The Natural” Dustin Rhodes vs. The Blacktop Bully. The Blacktop Bully is a hired gun working for Colonel Robert Parker and looks to end Dustin’s career.

The two workers will face each other at Uncensored in a special King Of The Road Match.

Rating: 95 A*


Triple Threat Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Title

Brian Pillman vs. The Great Muta vs. Vader w/ Harley Race

In an exceptional match, Vader defeated Brian Pillman and The Great Muta in a Triple Threat match in 15:50 when Vader defeated Brian Pillman by pinfall with a Release Powerbomb after a distraction from Steve Austin. Vader makes defence number 1 of his WCW World Heavyweight Championship title.

Rating: 91 A


Show Rating 91 A