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    WCW 2000: Re-booking a Disaster

    WCW Roster:
    Main Event:
    Chris Benoit: Face
    Goldberg: Face
    Hulk Hogan: Face
    Ric Flair: Face
    Sting: Face

    Bret Hart: Heel
    Kevin Nash: Heel
    Randy Savage: Heel
    Sid: Heel

    Upper Mid-card

    Diamond Dallas Page: Face
    Rob Van Dam: Face

    Jeff Jarrett: Heel
    Scott Hall: Heel
    Scott Steiner: Heel

    Mid-Card

    Billy Kidman: Face
    Booker T: Face
    Buff Bagwell: Face
    Eddie Guerrero: Face
    Konnan: Face
    Rey Mistero Jr.: Face
    Terry Funk: Face
    The Cat: Face

    Raven: Tweener

    Big Vito: Heel
    Chris Kanyon: Heel
    Dean Malenko: Heel
    Johnny The Bull: Heel
    Perry Saturn: Heel
    Shane Douglas: Heel
    Vampiro: Heel
    Disco Inferno: Heel

    Lower Mid-Card

    Bam-Bam Bigelow: Face
    La Parka: Face
    Lash LeRoux: Face
    Norman Smiley: Face
    Psicosis: Face
    Rick Steiner: Face
    Hugh Morrus: Face
    Mike Awesome: Face

    Chavo Guerrero Jr.: Heel
    Crowbar: Heel
    Fit Finlay: Heel
    Idol: Heel
    Juventud Guerrera: Heel
    Lance Storm: Heel
    Lane: Heel
    Meng: Heel

    Openers:

    Blitzkrieg: Face
    Kaz Hayashi: Face
    Shane Helms: Face

    Evan Karagias: Heel
    Kid Romeo: Heel
    Mike Sanders: Heel
    Shannon Moore: Heel
    The Barbarian: Heel

    Jobbers:

    AJ Styles: Face

    Chuck Palumbo: Heel
    Elik Skipper: Heel
    Mark Jindrak: Heel
    Sean O’Haire: Heel
    Shawn Stasiak: Heel

    Tag Teams:

    Faces of Fear
    Rey/Kidman
    Mamalukes
    XS
    Perfect Event
    Jindrak/O’Haire


    Other:

    Eric Bischoff: Face
    Vince Russo: Heel

    Manager:

    Jimmy Hart: Heel

    Champions:

    WCW World Champion:
    Bret Hart
    WCW United States Champion: Jeff Jarrett
    WCW Television Champion: Rick Steiner
    WCW Tag Team Champion: Faces of Fear
    WCW Cruiserweight Champion: Juventud Guerrera
    WCW Hardcore Champion: Norman Smiley

    WCW Monday Nitro: Monday
    WCW Thunder: Thursday
    WCW Saturday Night: Saturday


    PPV Lineup:

    January: Souled Out
    February: Super Brawl
    March: Uncensored
    April: Spring Stampede
    May: Slamboree
    June: Great American Bash
    July: Bash at the Beach
    August: New Blood Rising
    September: Fall Brawl
    October: Halloween Havoc
    November: Mayhem
    December: Starrcade


    (I'm using EWR which should explain the match ratings and such after each result)

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    Re: WCW 2000: Re-booking a Disaster

    World Championship Wrestling presents Saturday Night 1-1-2000
    From: Universal Studios





    Mike Tenay and Scott Hudson are commentators for Saturday Night.
    - Tenay puts over the new millennium and how WCW will be stronger and better than ever before.
    - Hudson chimes in and brings up a four men tournament to crown a new WCW Television champion. The finals will take place on Nitro.
    - Tenay tells everyone the men involved which are Konnan, Disco Inferno, Rick Steiner and Fit Finlay.
    - Hudson points out that all four men are former TV champions.
    - Tenay also mentions that Eddie Guerrero has asked and received time on this edition. What he has to say is unknown.
    - Hudson brings up how Bret Hart was injured at WCW Starrcade in his match against Goldberg. Eric Bishcoff will have news regarding a update on Hart and the World Championship.
    - Tenay says “lets head to the ring”

    Match #1: Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Lash LeRoux in 6:11 following a tornado DDT.

    - LeRoux with a hip toss and dropkick to send Chavo to the floor. LeRoux attempts a suicide dive but Chavo moves and LeRoux crashes to the floor.
    - Back in the ring, Chavo delivers a brain buster. Chavo with a near fall.
    - LeRoux fights back and nails Chavo with a delayed vertical suplex.
    - LeRoux goes to the top rope but Chavo shoves him off. Chavo grabs LeRoux and plants him with the tornado DDT for the win.
    - Replay of the win.
    (59%)

    Commercials

    Gene Okerlund is backstage with Eric Bischoff.
    - Gene asks the question everyone wants to know the answer to. How is Bret Hart?
    - Bischoff says “If you ask Bret, he will say his career is over.”
    - He continues to say that, Bischoff had a conversation with Bret’s doctors and well, Bret’s career is not over.
    - Bischoff says that Bret is trying to avoid a possible rematch with Goldberg, and he is going to make sure that the match happens.
    - Gene asks if Eric is saying he is faking the injury.
    - Bischoff says no. Hart has a mild concussion, but not the major concussion that he was claiming to have.
    - Bischoff says that he will make sure that Goldberg gets revenge against both Hart and Piper for what happened at Starrcade
    - Bischoff leaves and Gene is happy about the news.
    (85%)

    Match #2: Disco Inferno defeated Konnan in 8.54 to reach the finals of the WCW Television Championship

    - Both men do their trademarks taunts, with Konnan attacking Inferno as he was on the middle turnbuckle.
    - Konnan with a rolling clothesline as Inferno comes off the ropes.
    - Inferno comes back with a swinging neck breaker. Konnan walks right into a boot followed by a Russian leg sweep.
    - Inferno taunts and allows Konnan to get up. Inferno is soon taken down with a double leg slam. Konnan with a near fall.
    - Konnan works on Inferno in the corner, until Inferno delivers a knee and takes Konnan down with a double axe handle off the middle turnbuckle.
    - Inferno grabs Konnan and goes for a suplex but Konnan reverses into a fisherman suplex with a bridge nearly winning, again.
    - Konnan goes for 187, but Inferno fights out spins Konnan around and nails the Chart Buster for the win.
    - Replay of the win.
    (63%)

    Commercials

    Gene Okerlund is standing with Shane Douglas who has a evil grin on his face.
    - Gene asks why is Douglas smiling.
    - Douglas lets out a laugh. Douglas brings up how he is facing Diamond Dallas Page tonight.
    - Douglas asks sarcastically if Dallas Page is crying about his lady being fired.
    - Douglas says “I guess she wasn’t ‘performing’ well. Gene, you know what I mean by that.”
    - Douglas proclaims that tonight DDP will find out why he is the FRANCHISE!
    (74%)

    Match #3: Rick Steiner defeated Fit Finlay in 5:04 to earn a spot in the finals for the WCW Television Championship

    - Both men trade a series of right hands with Steiner gaining the advantage. Steiner sends Finlay into the ropes and connects with a overhead suplex.
    - Steiner walks right into a mean right hook from Finlay that rocks Steiner.
    - Finlay brings Steiner out of the corner only to knock him back down with a short arm clothesline.
    - Steiner manages to avoid a running splash in the corner and takes Finlay down with a German suplex.
    - Steiner climbs to the top rope and connects with a diving bulldog for the win.
    - Replay of the win.
    (50%)

    Commercials

    Gene is in the ring and introduces a man with plenty on his mind, Eddie Guerrero.
    - Guerrero comes out to a pretty good reception. Gene welcomes Eddie and asks what’s on his mind.
    - Guerrero says he is sick and tired of being held down in WCW.
    - He doesn’t understand how guys like himself, Benoit, Malenko, Rey Jr., Kidman, and Booker T are always shoved aside as guys like Nash, Hogan, Hall and Savage, who are way past their prime get title shots and title runs.
    - Guerrero says along himself and the guys named are the best wrestlers in this sport.
    - When the fans leave a WCW event leave saying “Wow, that Guerrero is something else!”
    - The younger and faster wrestlers are the present and future of this sport. He will soon prove it to everyone who challenges him.
    - Gene puts over Guerrero as being a man on a mission as Guerrero leaves.
    (77%)

    Match #4: Buff Bagwell defeated Chris Kanyon in 10:44.
    - Kanyon with the advantage early on with a right few hands. Kanyon takes Bagwell down with a clothesline
    - Bagwell with a jaw breaker followed by two clotheslines, and the last one sending Kanyon over the top to the floor.
    - Kanyon flops around and eventually re enters the ring. Kanyon with a eye rake and sends Bagwell into the ropes connecting with a backdrop.
    - Kanyon places Bagwell on the top turnbuckle and attempts a superplex. Bagwell manages to fight off and sends Kanyon off crashing onto the mat.
    - Bagwell connects with a elbow drop and gets a near fall.
    - Kanyon is backed into a corner and Bagwell delivers repeated shots. Bagwell sends Kanyon across the ring into another corner.
    - Bagwell charges right into a big boot. Kanyon with a leg lariat and nearly gets the win.
    - Kanyon attempts a reverse neck breaker, but Bagwell reveres and connects with a back suplex.
    - Both men are down. Bagwell gets up first and sends Kanyon chest first into the corner.
    - Kanyon stumbles out and Bagwell rolls Kanyon up for the win!
    -Replay of win.
    -Bagwell celebrates his win, but as he turns to leave a man comes through the crowd and viciously attacks Bagwell.
    That man, is RAVEN! Raven with the Even Flow DDT on the floor before leaving through the crowd.
    (63%)

    Commercials

    Match #5: Diamond Dallas Page fought Shane Douglas to a double count-out in 8:51

    - Douglas mocks Page by using his hands to act as if Page has been crying all day lone. Page nails Douglas with a right hand.
    - Page ducks a wild clothesline and delivers a spinning clothesline. Page with a near fall.
    - Douglas lures Page into a corner and low blows Page behind the referee’s back. Douglas with a belly to belly suplex.
    - Douglas leaps off the middle rope and drives a knee to Page’s forehead. Douglas lets out a laugh.
    - Page returns the favor with a low blow by distracting the referee. Page pulls Douglas up and connects with a spinning sit down power bomb.
    - Douglas rolls to the floor. After a few moments, Page follows. Page grabs Douglas and is nailed with chair wrapped around Douglas’s fist.
    - Douglas sends Page hard into the guard railing and charges towards Page who backdrops Douglas into the crowd!
    - Page enters the crowd and brawls with Douglas causing both men to be counted out.
    (65%)

    - Mike Tenay and Scott Hudson sign off.

    End of Show

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    Re: WCW 2000: Re-booking a Disaster

    World Championship Wrestling presents Monday Night Nitro 1-3-2000
    From: Greenville, SC



    Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan are the commentators on this edition of Nitro.
    - Tony quickly mentions that tonight Eric Bischoff will indeed confront Bret Hart over the World Championship and Bret Hart’s injury.
    - Heenan believes Hart is faking because he is afraid of Goldberg. Schiavone actually agrees.
    - Tony also mentions that Ric Flair will compete against Jeff Jarrett in a non-title bout.
    - Heenan brings up it is non title because their will be number one contenders match between Chris Benoit and The Cat with the winner facing Jarrett at Souled Out.
    - Tony gives the cue for WCW Nitro to begin!

    Match #1: Juventud Guerrera defeated Kaz Hayashi in 6:08 to advance to the fatal four way match at Souled Out for the vacant Cruiserweight Championship.
    - Hayashi wants to shake hands, but Juventud slaps Hayashi. Juventud ducks a clothesline and takes Hayashi down with a spinning heel kick.
    - Hayashi recovers in the corner, and Juventud charges. Hayashi manages to backdrop Juventud over to the floor!
    - Hayashi with a slingshot cross body to the floor! Hayashi with a near fall back in the ring.
    - Juventud manages to fight back and takes Hayashi down with a springboard dropkick.
    - Hayashi avoids a diving attack in the corner and as Juventud stumbles out of the corner, Hayashi connects with a dragon suplex. Hayashi nearly wins the bout.
    - Hayashi waits for Juventud to get up, and looks for a super kick. Juventud blocks, kicks Hayashi in the midsection and delivers the Juvi Driver!
    - Juventud brings Hayashi over to a corner and connects with the 450 splash for the win!
    -Replay of the finish.
    - Tony hypes up Eric/Bret confrontation coming up, NEXT!
    (73%)

    Commercials

    Gene Okerlund is in the ring and plugs his Hotline. He introduces Eric Bischoff.
    - Bischoff comes out to a mixed reaction. Bischoff is very serious.
    - Bischoff doesn’t allow Gene to ask a question, he just starts.
    - He says that he stands by everything he said two nights ago.
    - “Bret Hart, you are over hyping you injury.” Bischoff says that Bret is injured but is not career threatening as he has stated.
    - He has been told by Bret’s doctors that Bret needs about a month to fully recover. Which Bischoff agrees to.
    - Bret Hart’s music hits.
    - Bret enters the ring and he is none to happy.
    - Bret says that Bischoff is right. He doesn’t have a career threatening injury.
    - The fact of the matter is, Bret doesn’t feel safe in WCW. This is a wrestling company and he is being forced to fight men who only care for themselves.
    - “I understand that we are here to fight, but we are not here to kill each other. We all have families. Goldberg nearly took me away from my family.”
    - Bischoff could care less. Bischoff says he isn’t going to strip Hart of the title, no. But what he will do is this. Allow Goldberg to get revenge.
    - Bischoff announces that Goldberg will face Rowdy Roddy Piper at WCW Souled Out on January 30th.
    - Bret doesn’t seem to care.
    - Bischoff continues. He announces that since Hart needs a month off to recover, that Hart will defend the WCW World Championship at Super Brawl.
    - Hart appears to not like that news. Bischoff announces that he will defend the title against… GOLDBERG!
    - Hart flips out. He can not believe this. Gene attempts to calm Hart down.
    - Bischoff isn’t done. To make sure no one attempts to screw Goldberg out of the title, and to be fought under clean rules.
    - The match will be Bret Hart Vs Goldberg… in a CAGED HEAT!
    - Bret Hart is livid. He attempts to go after Bischoff but Goldberg runs down and Hart bails.
    - Goldberg points at Hart and signals for the title. Hart holds his title and walks to the back noticeably aggravated.
    (81%)

    Commercials

    Match #2: Rick Steiner defeated Disco Inferno in 3:26 to win the WCW Television Championship
    - Disco dances to the ring and continues to dance even as Rick is in the ring. Steiner with a stiff clothesline.
    - Steiner sends Inferno into the ropes and connects with a power slam for a near fall.
    - Inferno stumbles to his feet and spins right into a belly to belly suplex.
    - Steiner goes to the top rope and plants Inferno with the top rope bulldog for the win.
    - Steiner celebrates his title win and delivers a few stomps on Inferno
    (64%)

    Backstage, Gene is standing with “Macho Man” Randy Savage.
    - Gene asks Savage what is going on. Savage would like to know as well.
    - Savage was brought into WCW some six years ago to be the man, so he was told. But time after time he has been made out to be second fiddle.
    - He shows up and Hulk Hogan held him back because he was jealous of Savage. Savage says Hogan has done it in the company up north, and has been doing it here as well.
    - Savage challenges Hogan to a fight, tonight to see just who the best is. Savage will wait all night.
    (89%)

    Commercials

    Match #3: Chris Benoit defeated The Cat in 9:55 to become the number one contender to the United States Championship.
    - Benoit with several chops in the corner followed by a snap suplex.
    - Cat rolls to a corner but Benoit continues his offense with several boots and chops.
    - Cat with a eye rake followed by a series of kicks to Benoit’s chest followed by a standing side kick.
    - Cat goes for the quick cover but Benoit kicks out. Cat sends Benoit into the ropes but misses a spin kick.
    - Benoit goes behind and connects with a three German suplex’s. Benoit with a cover on the third one but Cat manages to get the shoulder up.
    - Benoit sends Cat into the ropes and takes Cat down with a tilt a whirl backbreaker.
    - Benoit signals for the head butt, but Cat manages to walk the ropes and delivers a kick to the side of Benoit’s head! Benoit flips back into the ring.
    - Roundhouse kick by Cat followed by a short arm clothesline. Cat gets a near fall.
    - Benoit with a release German suplex. Cat manages to fight back and goes for the Feliner.
    - Benoit side steps the Feliner and locks in the Cross Face for the win.
    (71%)

    Gene is backstage with a clearly upset Roddy Piper.
    - Gene asks for Piper’s thoughts on his just announced match against Goldberg at Souled Out.
    - Piper asks Gene how he would feel. Before Gene can answer, Piper answers.
    - “To be honest with Gene, I’m afraid.”
    - Gene asks then why did he screw Goldberg over at Starrcade?
    - Piper says “I was given an order for someone upstairs. It was either that, or lose my job.”
    - Piper leaves and Gene wonders who game him the order. It wasn’t Bischoff. Was it?
    (90%)

    Commercials

    Match #4: Goldberg defeated Bam-Bam Bigelow in 1:33

    - Bigelow with a few rights in the corner and sends Goldberg into the corner.
    - Bigelow charges, but Goldberg manages to Spear Bigelow.
    - Goldberg picks Bigelow up and connects with the Jack Hammer for the win!
    - Goldberg yells to the camera and says “Piper, your next!”
    (69%)

    Gene is backstage with the WCW United States Champion Jeff Jarrett.
    - Gene asks his thoughts on facing Ric Flair tonight.
    - Jarrett says that he doesn’t care. He wants to fight Flair. He wants to prove to all the “slap nuts” in WCW why he is the “Chosen One”.
    - “Once I beat that washed up Ric Flair, I’m going to be on my way to becoming the WCW World Heavyweight Champion, the way it should have been since day one.”
    - Gene mentions Chris Benoit winning the number one contenders match for his title.
    - Jarrett says that “that Canadian Slap nut will get the rest of his two teeth knocked out when we meet, so choke on that.”
    - Jarrett shoves Gene and storms to the ring.
    (79%)

    Commercials

    Match #5: Ric Flair defeated Jeff Jarrett by Disqualification in 4:22..

    - Flair is the second man out and he storms the ring to trade right hands with Jarrett.
    - Jarrett manages to gain control with a vertical suplex. Jarrett goes for the figure four, but Flair rolls him up getting a near fall.
    - Jarrett with a clothesline. Jarrett sends Flair into the corner and Flair flips and runs the apron to the top turnbuckle but is promptly thrown off.
    - Jarrett goes for The Stroke, but Flair manages to block it and deliver a shin breaker. Flair begins to and locks in the figure four.
    - Jarrett is in serious pain. Then all of a sudden, SCOTT STEINER enters the ring and viciously attacks Flair to cause the DQ.
    - Steiner locks in the Steiner Recliner and Flair has passed out. Steiner eventually lets go and taunts the crowd.
    - Jarrett tries to yell at Steiner, but Steiner simply blows right past him and heads to the back.
    (82%)

    Gene is backstage with Booker T.
    - Booker would like to thank one man. That man is Eddie Guerrero. He praises Eddie for speaking up when no one, including himself, would.
    - Booker now feels he can speak out and he will. He brings up what we just saw. “We just saw some fifty year old sucka doing the same crap over and over again.”
    - “Then you got Jeff Jarrett, a man who has left WCW many times, and comes back and is a champion?”
    - “Scott Steiner has been a terrible team player going out and talking trash about anyone and anyone, where is the respect for us?”
    - Booker wants it to be known that he and many others have Eddie Guerrero’s back and they will soon become recognized.
    - “It’s time that WCW focuses on the young good talent, and not the sucka’s who bring this company down.”
    - Booker walks out of view and Gene puts over the points Booker has made.
    (78%)

    Commercials

    Match #6: Randy Savage defeated Hulk Hogan in 7:41 following interference by Nash.
    - Savage comes out and continues to rip on Hogan. He calls Hogan out, who eventually makes his way out to a decent reaction.
    - Savage attacks Hogan once he enters the right but Hogan fights back with several right hands.
    - Hogan sends Savage into the ropes and Savage takes Hogan down with a clothesline.
    - Hogan gets to his feet and is scoop slammed down by Savage.
    - Eddie Guerrero has made his way down to the ring and is mocking what is going on in the ring. Yawning and dozing off throughout the match.
    - Savage leaps off the middle rope and misses a knee drop. Hogan gets to his feet and delivers more right hands.
    - Hogan sends Savage into the ropes and delivers a big boot. Hogan comes off the ropes, but Guerrero trips him
    - Guerrero is clearly not happy with what kind of main event WCW is putting on here. Guerrero heads to the back embarrassed of such a match.
    - Savage is on the top turnbuckle and goes for the double axe handle but Hogan clotheslines Savage in mid air.
    - Kevin Nash is now making his way to the ring. Hogan is distracted by Nash.
    - Savage gets up and delivers a few axe handle shots to Hogan.
    - Pile driver by Savage. Savage quickly goes to the top and connects with the Flying Elbow!
    - Savage with the cover, and gets the three for the win!
    - After the match, Nash enters the ring and power bombs Hogan twice. Nash and Savage continue to beat down Savage until Sting runs down and makes the save.
    - Nash and Savage bail and raise their hands in victory up the aisle way.
    (73%)

    - Tony and Bobby talk about what we just witnessed. Along with what Eddie Guerrero was doing.
    - Heenan says he was trying to send a message. Along with everyone in the back. Guerrero must be their leader.
    - Tony plugs Thunder.
    - That’s all!

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    Re: WCW 2000: Re-booking a Disaster

    World Championship Wrestling presents Thunder 1-6-2000
    From: Florence, SC





    Mike Tenay and Bobby Heenan are the commentators for this edition of Thunder!
    - Tenay welcomes everyone to Thunder. He quickly asks Heenan what he thought of what Guerrero did on Monday.
    - Heenan loves it. Heenan says its time for other people named Hogan, Flair and Sting to get their due. It’s about time someone spoke up.
    - Tenay hypes up that DDP and Booker T will be action.
    - Heenan mentions the main event. Sting and Ric Flair will team up to face Kevin Nash and Scott Steiner.
    - Tenay puts over that main event and hands it over to David Penzer for the first match.

    Match #1: Rey Mistero Jr. defeated Psicosis in 10:35 to reach the fatal four way for the vacant WCW Cruiserweight Championship at Souled Out.
    - Early on Rey connects with a wheelbarrow into a bulldog. Rey follows up with a springboard leg drop for a near fall.
    - Psicosis comes back with a sit out inverted suplex slam. Mistero gets up holding his ribs, and Psicosis comes off the ropes and delivers a spinning heel kick.
    - Delayed brain buster by Psicosis. Psicosis plays to the crowd while on the top turnbuckle.
    - This allows Rey to crotch Psicosis on the top turnbuckle. Rey with a hurricanrana from the top turnbuckle! Rey only gets a near fall.
    - Rey goes for a springboard cross body but Psicosis dropkicks Rey in mid air! Psicosis goes to the middle rope and delivers a leg drop and gets a near fall.
    - Psicosis sends Rey into the ropes and Rey takes Psicosis down with a head scissors takedown. Psicosis is chest first on the middle rope.
    - Rey comes off the ropes and deliver a tiger feint kick and Psicosis falls backward. Rey goes to the apron and after a brief taunt springboards off the top rope but Psicosis manages to catch Rey and connects with a sit down power bomb!
    - Psicosis goes for the cover but only gets a two count. Psicosis sends Rey into the corner and Rey drops down. Psicosis charges and baseball slides right into Rey’s groin.
    - Psicosis with a scoop slam on Rey. Psicosis goes to the top and misses a moonsault!
    - Rey heads over to the apron and springboards off the top rope and connects with a hurricanrana into a pin for the win!
    - Replay of the win.
    (74%)


    Commercials

    Gene is standing in the ring and introduces Ric Flair.
    - Flair comes out to a great reception and he does his usual taunt.
    - Gene asks Flair how he is feeling after the attack of Scott Steiner on Nitro.
    - Flair says that Scott Steiner doesn’t have the “balls” to fight him face to face. Flair reminds Gene that the Horsemen are the master of taking people out. Steiner didn’t come close to taking Flair out.
    - Gene puts over Scott Steiner size.
    - Flair says that size doesn’t matter to him. “How many World Championships has that freak held?”
    - Flair says that Steiner can try to make himself a main event star, but he won’t be the guy that Steiner beats.
    - Flair says that for as big as Steiner is, he lacks that much intelligence.
    - Flair proceeds to get all riled up and challenges Steiner to a match at Souled Out. He says that after the match, when Flair cripples Steiner Midejah will want to be with a REAL man!
    - Gene puts over the possible Flair/Steiner match at Souled Out as Flair heads to the back.
    (100%)

    Match #2: Norman Smiley defeated Reno in 5:50 to retain the WCW Hardcore Championship

    - Smiley enters the ring and Reno delivers several kendo stick shots to Norman.
    - Reno goes for a power bomb but Smiley takes Reno down with a backdrop. Smiley grabs a chair and leg drops the chair onto Reno for a near fall.
    - Smiley grabs a trash can and deliver shot over Reno’s head. Smiley with a belly to belly suplex on the trash can! Reno kicks out.
    - Reno with a low blow using the kendo stick. Reno with a DDT onto the chair.
    - Reno goes for the Roll of the Dice.
    - However, Smiley reverses and locks in the cross face chicken wing. Reno passes out.
    - Replay of the win.
    (50%)

    Commercials

    Gene is backstage with a giddy Jimmy Hart.
    - Gene asks what Hart’s major announcement is?
    - Hart says that on Saturday Night he will be showcasing a man who will run through WCW and bring Hart the WCW World Heavyweight Championship.
    - Hart says “he is awesome.” Hart laughs and Gene looks confused.
    (66%)

    Match #3: Fit Finlay defeated Hugh Morrus in 6:17

    - Finlay slaps Morrus right across the face and both men begin to trade right hands. Finlay gains the advantage.
    - Finlay with a clothesline in the corner and snap mares Morrus down and connects with a rolling neck breaker. Short arm clothesline as well by Finlay.
    - Morrus manages to send Finlay into the corner and connects with a big splash. Morrus with a scoop slam and goes to the top turnbuckle.
    - Morrus comes off and misses a moonsault. Finlay plants Morrus with a DDT.
    - Finlay comes off the ropes and runs into a power slam by Morrus. Morrus with a backbreaker.
    - Morrus misses a big splash in the corner. Morrus comes out and Finlay plants Morrus with a tombstone pile driver for the win.
    - Replay of the win.
    (60%)

    A brief video of Rob Van Dam is shown.
    - He will be appearing in WCW in short time.
    (72%)

    Commercials

    Match #4: Booker T defeated Crowbar in 4:38

    - Booker with a jumping side kick early on. Booker sends Crowbar across the ring and delivering a diving forearm smash.
    - Spine buster by Booker for a near fall. Crowbar manages to avoid a leaping side kick and takes Booker down with a German suplex.
    - Crowbar charges towards Booker but nails a spinning wheel kick.
    - Crowbar manages to avoid a scissors kick and catches Booker with a super kick. Booker stumbles back into a corner.
    - Crowbar misses a running spear in the corner. Booker pulls Crowbar out of the corner and connects with the Book End for the win.
    - After the match, Booker taunts to the camera saying “watch out Scott Hall, I’m coming for you SUCKA!”
    - Replay of the win.
    (70%)

    Gene is with a serious looking Diamond Dallas Page.
    - Gene asks Page about Shane Douglas.
    - Page isn’t satisfied with not being able to beat Douglas one, two three. Page wants to get his hands on Shane Douglas for mocking the firing of his wife Kimberly.
    - Page promises that Douglas, sooner or later will feel the “BANG!”
    (82%)

    Commercials

    Match #5: Diamond Dallas Page defeated Perry Saturn in 9:22

    - Saturn with the early advantage taking DDP down with a nicely executed exploder suplex.
    - Saturn with a springboard tornado DDT for a near fall. Saturn pulls DDP up and is met with a discus clothesline.
    - Page with a swinging neck breaker for a near fall. Page pulls Saturn up but Saturn takes Page over with a overhead belly to belly suplex.
    - Saturn with a Northern lights suplex for another near fall. Saturn goes to the apron and attempts a slingshot leg drop but Page manages to avoid the move.
    - Page ducks a wild clothesline and takes Saturn down with a back suplex.
    - Saturn is hurting and attempts another clothesline but Page ducks and plants Saturn with a float over DDT! Page gets a near win.
    - Page backs Saturn into a corner and deliver several right hands. Page goes to the center of the ring and charges towards Saturn but Saturn delivers a super kick.
    - Saturn with a double under hook backbreaker. Saturn with a springboard moonsault for another near fall.
    - Slingshot leg drop by Saturn but only gets another near fall. Saturn signals for the Death Valley Driver.
    - Saturn has Page set up, but Page fights out and nails Saturn with the Diamond Cutter for the win!
    - DDP celebrates, but that doesn’t last long as Shane Douglas appears on Thunder vision.
    - Douglas sarcastically congratulates Page for his win.
    - Douglas proceeds to say that Page appears to be worth his time now.
    - He says that Kimberly wasn’t worth WCW money. Nor would she be worth Douglas’s money.
    - Page is livid at that insult. Page grabs a microphone and tells Douglas he wants him at Souled Out.
    - Douglas laughs and asks if Page thinks Douglas is afraid. Because he is not.
    - Douglas says that he accepts but wants to be able to kick Page’s ass all over the arena. He challenges Page to a Falls Count Anywhere match.
    - Page accepts and Douglas laughs to end the segment.
    (72%)

    Gene is with Sting in the backstage area.
    - Gene asks why did he save Hogan from the beating on Nitro even with their history?
    - Sting says that Hogan has apologized and everyone deserves to get a second chance. Even if he may not like Hogan, he isn’t going to let that no good Kevin Nash get involved.
    - Sting has had a issue with Nash for years. But has but them aside for the sake of the business. But he can’t any longer.
    - Sting mentions that he was the face of WCW before Nash, Hogan, and Hall took his spot. He has done everything he can for the company while Hogan and Nash have looked out for themselves.
    - “I’ve saved Hogan once, I am not about to do it again.”
    - Sting also mentions that he doesn’t know if he can trust Flair. But he knows one thing. Flair is all about the business, and not himself.
    - Gene asks Sting about his thoughts on Guerrero/Booker. Sting says that he was at that point before, and gets what they are saying.
    - Shockingly, Sting appears to be supporting their efforts as long as they “don’t get in my way.”
    - Sting walks off for his tag team match.
    (84%)

    Commercials

    Match #6: Kevin Nash/Scott Steiner defeated Ric Flair/Sting in 11:19

    - Nash and Flair start the match off , but Flair taunts Steiner by flexing towards Steiner.
    - Nash with a knee to Flair’s midsection. Nash sends Flair into the ropes but Flair ducks a big boot and delivers several chops backing Nash into a corner.
    - Flair with a few jabs to the midsection of Nash. Flair goes over to spit on Steiner and turns around right into a big boot.
    - Nash with a walking side slam. Flair is holding his back in pain. Nash tags in Steiner who takes Flair down with a belly to belly suplex.
    - Steiner sends Flair into the ropes and lifts him into the air with a military press slam but Flair rakes Steiner in the eyes and chop blocks Steiner’s knee. Flair goes to work on Steiner’s knee while letting out several “Woo’s”
    - Flair backs Steiner into his corner and delivers several chops and boots to Steiner’s knee. Flair brings Steiner out of the corner and connects with a vertical suplex that took a lot of Flair’s back. Sting gets a tag.
    - Sting with several clotheslines, Steiner continues to get up and Sting connects with a military press slam.
    - Sting with a boot to the midsection and connects with a running one arm bulldog and gets a near fall. Sting goes over to Nash and punches Nash off the apron.
    - Sting turns around and Steiner connects with a gut wrench suplex. Steiner grabs Sting and delivers a pump handle drop. Steiner with a few pushups and flips off Flair.
    - Steiner tags in Nash. Nash pulls Sting up and Sting delivers a few right hands. Sting sends Nash into the corner and connects with the Stinger Splash! Nash stumbles out hunched over and Sting leaps off the middle turnbuckle connects with bulldog.
    - On the floor, Steiner has nailed Flair with a pipe. Steiner snuck over as Flair was trying to get a tag from Sting. Steiner with the Steiner Recliner on Flair on the floor with the pipe around Flair’s throat.
    - Sting tries to go to the floor, but Nash delivers a few clubbing blows. Nash sets Sting up and connects with the jackknife power bomb for the win!
    - Steiner continues to work on Flair after the match and is clearly heard saying “I’ll see you at Souled Out!“ Before entering the ring and locking the Steiner Recliner on Sting as Nash slaps Sting across the face several times.
    (81%)

    - Nash and Steiner stand over Sting with their hands raised as Flair is on the floor to end Thunder.

    End of show.

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    Re: WCW 2000: Re-booking a Disaster

    World Championship Wrestling presents Saturday Night 1-8-2000
    From: Universal Studios

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TL4ZbQBDYSE[/youtube]



    Mike Tenay and Scott Hudson are commentators for this edition of Saturday Night.
    - Tenay welcomes everyone to tonight’s show and hypes up the show.
    - Hudson goes over who will be in action. Which includes, Rick Steiner, Buff Bagwell, Jimmy Hart’s mystery man, Chris Benoit and Chris Kanyon.
    - Tenay also mentions that Booker T and Scott Hall will have a confrontation tonight. Booker T has been very vocal about his displeasure about Hall continuing to have a job in WCW.
    - Hudson sends it over to David Penzer.

    Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Blitzkrieg in 8:25 to advance to the fatal four way match at Souled Out for the vacant WCW Cruiserweight Championship

    - Chavo with a drop toe hold take down followed by a crisp dropkick to the side of Blitz’s head for a near fall.
    - Chavo sends Blitz’s into the ropes and attempts a tilt a whirl backbreaker, but Blitz manages to reverses into a spinning head scissors which sends Chavo through the middle rope to the floor.
    - Blitz comes off the ropes and connects with a suicide dive to the floor!
    - Blitz sends Chavo back into the ring and connects with a slingshot leg drop which gets a near fall.
    - Chavo manages to fight out of a brain buster attempt and delivers a reverse neck breaker. Chavo delivers several European upper cuts.
    - Chavo attempts the tornado DDT out of the corner but Blitz reveres into a Northern Lights suplex with a bridge and nearly gets the win.
    - Blitz leaps off the middle rope and nails Chavo with a spinning heel kick.
    - Chavo pulls on Blitz’s trunks which rams him face first into the middle turnbuckle. Chavo pulls Blitz up and spikes him with the brain buster.
    - Chavo goes to the top rope and connects with the frog splash for the win.
    - After the match Chavo signals for the title coming around his waist.
    - Replay of the win.
    (65%)

    Gene is backstage with Scott Steiner who is flexing his arms.
    - Gene puts over the acts of Steiner on Ric Flair on Thunder.
    - Steiner tells Gene shut his mouth. Ric Flair knows what he has gotten himself into when he gets involved with the Big Bad Booty Daddy.
    - He is going to prove to Flair and all the boys in the back that he is the man in WCW.
    - Steiner says that the beginning the end of Flair’s career started on Thunder and come Souled Out he will out of WCW, courtesy of Scott Steiner.
    - Steiner kisses his arm and makes Gene flinch as he heads out of camera view.
    (76%)

    Commercials

    Rick Steiner defeated Lash LeRoux in 4:57 in a non-title match

    - LeRoux delivers several rights and lefts but Steiner simply shoves LeRoux down.
    - LeRoux charges but Steiner delivers a stiff clothesline. Steiner with a belly to belly suplex.
    - Steiner with several forearm shots to LeRoux’s upper back. Release German suplex by Steiner.
    - LeRoux is sent into the ropes and ducks a clothesline. LeRoux runs to the top rope but Steiner crotches him and connects with a over head belly to belly suplex.
    - LeRoux stumbles to his feet and Steiner leaps off the top connecting with a bulldog for the win.
    - Replay of the win.
    (49%)

    Gene is backstage with Raven in a rather dark locker room
    - Gene asks Raven what his issue is with Buff Bagwell.
    - Raven brings up how he was fired last fall because WCW didn’t want someone they couldn’t market. H
    - So, Raven would be sitting in his apartment with several eviction notices because since Bischoff didn’t want him, no one will be able to have him.
    - Every time Raven would put on his television he would stumble across a master card commercial with Buff Bagwell.
    - “He is by a pool, with the ladies, with a smile and with money, everything I don’t have.”
    - Raven says that he came back to the WCW because A.) WCW wanted him back. And B.) because he wants to make Bagwell feel the pain and feel secluded like Raven.”
    - Raven issues a challenge to Bagwell to a match at WCW Souled Out.
    - Raven doesn’t want a referee, he doesn’t want any rules. He just wants it to be Raven and Buff Bagwell.
    - Raven ends the interview segment by saying “Quote the Raven… Nevermore.”
    (91%)

    Commercials

    Meng defeated Big Vito, Lane and Brian Adams in 6:02 in a preview match as along with their partners will compete for the vacant tag team titles on Nitro

    - Meng and Adams pair up and trade several right hands in a corner. Lane with a slingshot cross body to the floor onto Vito.
    - Meng with a few head butts which drops Adams to a knee. Meng comes off the ropes and Adams delivers a leaping big boot.
    - Lane leaps off the top rope looking for a cross body onto Adams who simply catches Lane and power slams him down.
    - Adams pulls Meng up and spikes him down with a pile driver. Adams plays to the crowd and Vito rolls in and chop blocks Adams knee. Vito leaps off the middle rope and plants Adams with a DDT.
    - Lane attempts to come off the top again and land on Meng, but Meng side steps and nails Lane with a savant kick and he spins around.
    - Vito with a boot to Meng’s midsection and goes for the Code of Silence but Meng easily reverses into the Tongan death grip for the win.
    (54%)

    Video hyping up the soon to be debuting Rob Van Dam
    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OgfxTOpLBj4[/youtube]
    (73%)

    Commercials

    Buff Bagwell defeated Bam-Bam Bigelow in 7:42
    - Bigelow misses a body splash in the corner and Bagwell connects with a swinging neck breaker. Bagwell gets a near fall.
    - Bigelow manages to deliver a enzuigiri which knocks Bagwell down. Bigelow pulls Bagwell up and connects with a double under hook backbreaker.
    - Bigelow drops a few head butts. Bigelow pulls Bagwell up and Bagwell manages to nail Bigelow with a double under hook DDT.
    - Bagwell sends Bigelow into the ropes and connects with a dropkick and Bigelow stumbles into a corner.
    - Ten punch combo by Bagwell in the corner. Bigelow shoves him off and connects with a clothesline.
    - Bigelow ducks a clothesline and scoop slams Bagwell down.
    - Bigelow goes to the top but misses the flying head butt.
    - Bagwell goes to the top rope and leaps off connecting with the Buff Blockbuster for the win
    - After the match, Bagwell looks into the camera and accepts Raven’s challenge for Souled Out.
    (81%)
    Gene is backstage with Eddie Guerrero.
    - Gene asks Eddie why he was out watching the Hogan/Savage match on Nitro.
    - Guerrero says it was because he is sick of being just another guy on the card while WCW continues to produce the same crap since 1995.
    - Guerrero says he was sending a message. The message being that he is bored. He wants to issue a challenge.
    - Guerrero says that he wants a match. Not at Souled Out. But rather at Super Brawl, one of WCW biggest annual events of the year.
    - Guerrero says he has a open challenge to anyone who has been a World Champion in WCW or any other promotion to a match at Super Brawl.
    - He wants to prove he is World Title material.
    - Guerrero leaves the ring to a good reception as Gene hypes Guerrero up.
    (79%)

    - Video package promoting WCW Souled Out on January 30th is shown.

    Commercials

    Gene is standing in the ring and introduces Booker T followed by Scott Hall.
    - Booker T is right in Scott Hall’s face who could care less. Gene intervenes.
    - Gene brings up how Booker T has seemingly singled out Scott Hall. Gene brings up Hall’s alcoholic past.
    - Hall cuts Gene off. Hall tells Gene that he may have had his issues but he has not ever once taken his job lightly. Though he must say he laughs when sees Booker working his ass off only to be a “mid card jabroni”. While he can go to a bar get drunk and be top wrestler in WCW.
    - Hall looks Booker in the eyes and tells him that Booker could not beat him on his worst day. Because no matter what, he is better than Booker.
    - Booker grabs the microphone and says that what Hall has just said is his point along with Guerrero. He says that he is one of the best workers in the company but guys like Hall who could care less are preventing the fans from seeing good matches.
    - Booker says he is sick of it. He has never been this pissed off in his life. Booker challenges Hall to a fight. He wants to show the world just who the man is.
    - Hall has no problem with fighting Booker. He says Souled Out would be a perfect date.
    - Booker agrees and says he wishes Hall luck come the 30th. Booker goes to shake his hand and Hall shakes.
    - However, once Booker turns around Hall attacks Booker. Hall sends Booker into the ropes and Booker meets him with a leaping side kick.
    - Hall rolls to the floor and Booker goes to the top turnbuckle taunting Hall.
    - Gene is going nuts.
    (81%)

    Commercials

    Before the next contest, Jimmy Hart comes out and puts over his “awesome” new man.
    - This leads to The Cat coming out and telling Hart that he doesn’t see anyone.
    - Hart says in short time you will. That’s when Mike Awesome comes from behind and clotheslines The Cat down.

    Mike Awesome defeated The Cat in 8:28

    - Awesome sends Cat into the ring steps and Cat is holding his shoulder in some serious pain.
    - Awesome sends Cat into the ring and climbs to the top rope. Awesome leaps off connecting with a shoulder block. Awesome gets a near fall.
    - Awesome taunts the crowd and this allows Cat to deliver a few karate kicks to Awesome’s chest. Cat backs Awesome into a corner and delivers a spin kick.
    - Cat sends Awesome across the ring hard back first into the corner and as Awesome stumbles out Cat connects with a super kick.
    - Cat comes off the ropes and connects with a high knee attack. Cat comes off the middle rope and misses a knee drop.
    - Awesome gets up and connects with a overhead belly to belly suplex and Cat rolls to the floor.
    - Hart hits Cat with his megaphone. Awesome comes off the ropes and connects with a suicide dive over the top rope onto Cat on the floor.
    - Awesome sends Cat back into the ring and connects with the Awesome Bomb but doesn’t go for the cover.
    - Awesome goes to the top rope and connects with the Awesome Splash for the win.
    - After the match, Hart sets up a table on the floor and Awesome power bombs Cat from apron through the table!
    - Awesome and Hart celebrate the win as Cat is not moving on the floor.
    (55%)

    Commercials

    Chris Benoit defeated Chris Kanyon in 10:53

    - Benoit backs Kanyon into a corner and delivers several chops. Benoit ducks a clothesline and drops Kanyon with three German suplex’s
    - Kanyon rolls to the floor. Benoit follows him and begins to chase Kanyon around the ring. Kanyon rolls into the ring and works on Benoit with a few boots.
    - Kanyon sends Benoit into the ropes and delivers a yakuza kick followed by a Russian leg sweep. Kanyon gets a near fall.
    - Delayed vertical suplex by Kanyon for another near fall. Kanyon appears to be gaining confidence.
    - Kanyon comes off the ropes looking for a swinging neck breaker but Benoit side steps the move and takes Kanyon down with a backbreaker.
    - Benoit with a gut wrench suplex and goes for the Cross Face but Kanyon grabs the ropes and rolls to the floor.
    - Kanyon is taunting the crowd and when he turns around Benoit takes Kanyon down with a baseball slide.
    - Benoit sends Kanyon back into the ring. Benoit re-enters but Kanyon delivers a high knee and plants Benoit with the ace crusher.
    - Kanyon plays to the crowd and is celebrating. He goes for the cover and Benoit is able to kick out.
    - Jeff Jarrett comes running down with his guitar in hand and tells Kanyon to hold him.
    - Jarrett is on the apron and goes to hit Benoit with the guitar, but Benoit moves and Jarrett nails Kanyon. Benoit punches Jarrett off.
    - Benoit goes up top and connects with the flying head butt for the win!
    (73%)

    - After the match, Benoit goes to the floor and brawls with Jarrett. Eventually, Jarrett grabs his belt and runs away from Benoit.
    - Benoit signals that the United States title will be his at Souled Out.
    - Tenay and Hudson sign off as Saturday Night ends.

    End of Show

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    Re: WCW 2000: Re-booking a Disaster

    World Championship Wrestling presents Nitro 1-10-2000
    From: Buffalo, NY




    Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan are the commentators for this edition of Nitro.
    - They hype up Goldberg/Booker T and Flair/Nash.
    - Tony also mentions that tonight Eric Bischoff and Roddy Piper will have a sit down discussion over what Piper did.
    - Heenan brings up the last match to gain entrance into the fatal four way for the vacant WCW Cruiserweight Championship at Souled Out.
    - With that, Schiavone sends it to Penzer for the beginning of WCW action.

    Billy Kidman defeated AJ Styles in 8:22 to earn the fourth and final spot to compete for the Cruiserweight Title at Souled Out.

    - Styles sends Kidman into the ropes, but Kidman springboards off the ropes and takes Styles down with a bulldog.
    - Kidman with several right hands and dropkicks Styles into a corner. Kidman places Styles on the top turnbuckle and attempts a hurricanrana. However, Styles shoves him off.
    - Styles gains footing and connects with a crisp cross body for a near fall.
    - Kidman gets up and is met with a discus clothesline from Styles for another near fall.
    - Kidman is holding his chest and Styles continues his offense with a running swinging neck breaker.
    - Styles pulls Kidman up and goes for a vertical suplex but turns into a reverse neck breaker. Styles with another near fall.
    - Styles attempts a springboard missile dropkick, but Kidman manages to avoid the move. Kidman grabs Styles and connects with a sit out spine buster.
    - Kidman goes to pull Styles up but Styles attempts a kip up hurricanrana. However, Kidman manages to deliver a kick right to Styles’s head.
    - Kidman ducks a wild clothesline and delivers the Kid Krusher. Kidman goes to the top rope and connects with the picture perfect shooting star press for the win.
    - Replay of the win.
    (60%)

    Commercials

    Eric Bischoff is already in the ring and calls out Roddy Piper.
    - Piper comes out to a mixed reaction, but he doesn’t care. He has a dejected look on his face.
    - Piper enters the ring and looks up at Bischoff who was a very serious look on his face.
    - Bischoff says that he is extremely disappointed in what Piper did at StarrCade.
    - Bischoff says that he doesn’t care if he wasn’t under contract with WCW at the time but he does care for that that WCW is his creation. He was the man that brought WCW to the depths of great success.
    - Bischoff says that he will not allow someone like Piper try to ruin it. He wants to know why did Piper screw over Goldberg.
    - The crowd can be heard asking “Why?” as Piper grabs Bischoff’s microphone.
    - Piper says that everyone has been asking him that same question and he is sick of it.
    - He says he didn’t do it for Bret Hart, he didn’t do it end WCW personally. He did it for the man who wants to sabotage WCW.
    - Bischoff has a confused look.
    - Piper says that the man that wanted him to screw over Goldberg is a man who is looking out for the veterans. Something Bischoff has forgotten.
    - “Without Hogan, Flair, myself and the N.W.O., you would just be some ice fishing geek.” Piper says that he doesn’t believe the young guys are ready to have the keys to the car.
    - But he can see that they (the veterans) will soon be pushed aside. There is one man who knows what’s right for the business.
    - That man, is none other than… Vince Russo!
    - Bischoff goes nuts. “Your telling me Piper you ruined what should have been a great main event at our biggest show of the year, for the jackass Vince Russo? Your telling me that Russo wants to ruin my creation?”
    - Piper now has a smirk on his face. “He is going to do it, with your own guys you made. The same guys you brought in. The same guys who won the battle against the WWF for 84 weeks.”
    - Piper tells Bischoff he is going to regret not being grateful.
    - Piper drops the microphone as Bischoff is left in the ring scratching his head.
    (78%)

    Commercials

    Faces of Fear defeated XS, Kronik, and the Mamalukes in 10:59 in a elimination match to win the vacant WCW World Tag Team Championships.
    - XS is eliminated three minutes into the contest when Idol submits to the Tongan death grip.
    - Mamalukes where eliminated six minutes into the match when Bull was pinned following the High Time by Kronik.
    - This leaves just the Faces of Fear and Kronik. All four men go at it trading right hands. Adams clotheslines Barbarian over the top to the floor.
    - Meng with several right hands on Clarke in the corner. Meng charges to the corner but runs into a big boot. Clarke takes Meng down with a clothesline.
    - Barbarian plants Adams with a pile driver on the floor! Barbarian rolls into the ring and works on Clarke.
    - Clarke is sent into the ropes but takes both FOF members down with a double DDT. Meng gets right up and takes Clarke down with a savant kick.
    - Meng grabs Clarke an connects with a running power slam. Barbarian is on the top turnbuckle and connects with a diving head butt.
    - Adams tries to get back into the ring but is still hurting from the pile driver on the floor. Meng goes for the cover and pins Clarke to win the match and titles!
    - Replay of the win.
    (63%)

    Gene is backstage with Buff Bagwell who is grinning and showcasing his abs.
    - Gene quickly mentions that Bagwell has accepted a “no rules” match with Raven at Souled Out.
    - Bagwell tells Gene that Raven doesn’t realize that he may be the guy who gloats and only care about his body. But when he enters the squared circle he is all about kicking some ass.
    - Bagwell says that Raven will forever regret making their match no rules. Bagwell claims to have a very creative mind for punishment and Raven will feel it at Souled Out.
    - Bagwell walks off as WCW goes to break.
    (76%)

    Commercials

    Raven defeated Hugh Morrus in 5:47

    - Raven quickly goes to work on Morrus with rapid rights and lefts to the back and midsection. Raven sends Morrus into the ropes and delivers a high knee.
    - Raven grabs Morrus but Morrus delivers a short arm clothesline followed by a side slam. Morrus gets a near fall.
    - Raven battles back and takes Morrus down with a back suplex. Morrus gets up and Raven takes him back down with a running knee to the side of the head.
    - Morrus manages to fight out of a DDT attempt by taking Raven down with a spine buster. Morrus signals for the moonsault and makes his way to the top turnbuckle.
    - Raven crotches Morrus on the top turnbuckle and connects with a back suplex off the middle rope.
    - Morrus slowly gets up and is planted with the DDT by Raven. Raven goes for the cover and gets the three.
    - Replay of the win.
    (68%)

    Gene is backstage with Psycho Sid Vicious.
    - Gene asks Sid for his take on Eddie Guerrero and Booker T trying to make a name for themselves.
    - Sid remembers the days when he was a young man trying to make a name for himself. He also remembers not just whining and complaining.
    - He went out and beat guys up and made them take notice. That’s how he became a star, that is how the guys in the back began to respect him.
    - Gene asks Sid if he supports them. Sid shakes his head and says that he supports himself and the guys who help make his career.
    - Sid looks and Gene and looks at the camera and says “we all know who that is.”
    - Sid walks off as Gene appears to be trying to think of the answer.
    (74%)

    Commercials

    Jeff Jarrett defeated Dean Malenko in 12:03 to retain the WCW United States Championship
    - Jarrett gets right into Malenko’s face and even squats to get to his eye level. Malenko with a slap to Jarrett’s face and delivers a dropkick to the knee.
    - Malenko comes off the ropes and connects with a leg lariat. Malenko grabs the stumbling Jarrett and connects with a atomic drop.
    - Jarrett walks right into a right hand followed by a boot. Malenko with a backbreaker. Malenko with a near fall.
    - Malenko sends Jarrett into the corner and charges but is met with a big boot. Jarrett leaps off the middle turnbuckle and takes Malenko down with a double axe handle.
    - Jarrett taunts the crowd with his stroke. He doesn’t realize that Malenko has gotten up. Malenko with a double leg takedown and goes for the Texas Cloverleaf but Jarrett reaches the ropes.
    - Jarrett rolls to the floor pointing to his head showcasing brilliance. Jarrett turns around and is met with a baseball slide.
    - Malenko sends Jarrett into the guard railing on the floor. Jarrett stumbles out and Malenko backdrops Jarrett on the floor!
    - Malenko sends Jarrett back into the ring. Malenko rolls in but Jarrett delivers a few boots. Jarrett with a snap suplex.
    - Jarrett sends Malenko into the ropes and connects with a power slam. Jarrett quickly pulls Malenko up and connects with a snap suplex.
    - Jarrett goes to the top rope and connects with a top rope fist drop. Jarrett goes for the cover, but Malenko kicks out.
    - Jarrett with a shin breaker on Malenko and goes for the figure four but Malenko kicks Jarrett into a corner and takes Jarrett down with a back suplex.
    - Malenko has Jarrett set up for a brain buster, but Jarrett reverses and connects with The Stroke. Jarrett goes for cover and picks up the win.
    - After the match, Jarrett holds his United States championship over and calls out Benoit. Saying “I beat your friend Malenko, and I will beat you slap nut”
    - As Jarrett heads to the backstage area, Scott Steiner music hits and Jarrett goes for a high five, but Steiner simply blows him off, yet again.
    - Steiner heads to the ring for the next match.
    (65%)

    Scott Steiner defeated Konnan in 6:19

    - Steiner quickly attacks Konnan with several overhand shots to Konnan’s back. Steiner with a belly to belly suplex.
    - Steiner continues his offense with a military press slam and gets a near fall. Konnan manages to duck a clothesline and knocks Steiner down with a rolling thunder lariat.
    - Konnan with a scoop slam. Steiner quickly gets up and takes Konnan down with a overhead belly to belly suplex.
    - Steiner pulls Konnan up and takes Konnan down with a exploder suplex.
    - Steiner grabs Konnan and has him in a vertical suplex position. However, in midair connects with the Steiner Screwdriver! The crowd is shocked by that move.
    - Steiner locks in the Steiner Recliner as if it was needed. Konnan is passed out. Steiner wins.
    - Replay of the win.
    (75%)

    Commercials

    Gene is backstage with a clearly banged up Ric Flair.
    - Gene asks how Flair is managing to compete tonight after such a vicious attack during the tag team match on Thunder.
    - Flair says that no matter how hurt he may be there is nothing in this world that will keep him out of the ring. Especially the low life Kevin Nash and the abnormally large freak Scott Steiner.
    - Flair says that unlike Nash, wrestling is his life. He doesn’t stay at home because he stubbed his foot, or because he has a ingrown toe nail.
    - Flair is all about working through everything and anything put in his way. Tonight, he will take care of the “Big Wimp” in a few moments.
    - Flair lets out a big WOO before leaving the scene.
    (100%)

    Goldberg defeated Booker T in 11:45 following distraction from Scott Hall
    - Goldberg gets right into Booker’s face but Booker will not back down. Booker delivers the first several right hands.
    - Goldberg rams Booker shoulder first into a corner. Goldberg with several shoulder blocks in the corner. Goldberg sends Booker across the ring and charges but Booker takes Goldberg down with a leaping sidekick.
    - Booker with several boots and sends Goldberg into ropes and delivers a boot to Goldberg’s midsection. Booker comes off the ropes looking for the scissors kick but Goldberg avoids and nails Booker with a super kick.
    - Goldberg with several right hands in the corner. Goldberg brings Booker to the center of the ring and connects with a double under hook.
    - Goldberg gets ready for the spear in the corner. Booker gets up and Goldberg charges, but Booker manages to leapfrog over Goldberg and Goldberg goes hard shoulder first into the corner.
    - Goldberg is hunched over and Booker comes off the ropes connecting with the scissors kick. Booker goes for the cover but Goldberg kicks out.
    - Booker pulls Goldberg up and delivers a arm twist followed by a hook kick. Goldberg stumbles into a corner and is trying to shake the cob webs out.
    - Booker with several right hands in the corner. Booker hooks Goldberg up and uses all of his strength to connect with a vertical suplex.
    - Booker with the Spinarooni and is ready to seal the deal. However, Scott Hall comes down to the ring and gets Booker attention.
    - Booker shouts at Hall but Hall is obviously just ignoring him. Booker turns around and is speared by Goldberg.
    - Hall is laughing his ass off. Goldberg sets Booker up and connects with the Jackhammer.
    - Goldberg goes for the cover and picks up the win.
    - After the match, Goldberg celebrates the win, but Scott Hall runs down and delivers a few boots to Booker T.
    - Goldberg notices this and takes Hall down with a spear and jackhammer as the crowd goes nuts.
    - Replay of the win and what happened afterwards.
    (68%)

    Commercials

    Ric Flair fought Kevin Nash to a No Contest in 7:02 following interference from Scott Steiner and Sting..

    - Flair and Nash trade a series of rights and chops. Nash sends Flair into the ropes and connects with a side slam. Flair is hurting already.
    - Nash sends Flair into the corner and he does the Flair flip. Nash knocks Flair off the apron with a big boot. Flair crashes into the guard railing.
    - Nash with a snake eyes on the guard railing before sending Flair back into the ring. Nash has a smirk as he knows he can finish off Flair at anytime. Considering Flair is not 100%.
    - Nash lifts Flair up and connects with a one arm backbreaker. Nash goes for the cover and Flair kicks out at two.
    - Nash with a side walk slam and he signals for the end.
    - Nash has Flair set up, but Sting runs down with Scott Steiner right behind him.
    - Before Sting can even lay hand on Nash, Steiner enters and clubs away on Sting.
    - The referee throws the contest out. Flair rolls to the floor. Steiner sends Sting into the ropes but Sting ducks a double clothesline and manages to clothesline both Nash and Steiner over the top to the floor.
    - Nash and Steiner go nuts as Sting celebrates and taunts Nash.
    - Sting grabs Flair and rolls him back into the ring to protect him as Nitro goes off the air.
    (81%)

    - Promo for Souled Out airs to end the broadcast.

    End of Show

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    I like what you're doing.

    Much better than most EWR BTB's, you're making it fun and interesting. Eddie getting a push is ftw.

    Three shows a week is quite a bit but WCW has lots of talent so.. it works.

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    World Championship Wrestling presents Thunder 1-13-2000
    From: Erie, PA

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BxRk2Q314U[/youtube]




    Mike Tenay and Bobby Heenan welcome everyone to this edition of WCW Thunder.
    - Tenay hypes up the action. Which includes Randy Savage competing later tonight.
    - Heenan brings up Mike Awesome competing tonight. He can’t wait to witness him live.
    - Tenay briefly hypes up Sting and Benoit teaming up to face Kevin Nash and Jeff Jarrett.
    - Tenay also mentions that Scott Hall will be in action later tonight before heading to the ring.

    Dean Malenko defeated Shane Helms in 6:08

    - Helms didn’t go down without a fight. Helms took Malenko down with a hammerlock Russian leg sweep and managed to nearly get a win following a missile dropkick.
    - However, Malenko was too much. Malenko nailed Helms with a spinning heel kick, and followed by nailing a double under hook power bomb.
    - Malenko quickly locked in the Texas Cloverleaf for the win.
    (72%)

    Commercials

    Gene is standing in the ring and calls out the WCW World Heavyweight Champion, Bret Hart.
    - Gene brings up the revelation that Vince Russo appears to have ordered Roddy Piper to end the match abruptly at Starrcade.
    - Hart says that it’s the same crap, just in a different promotion. Obviously he brings up Survivor Series 1997 and how Vince McMahon screwed him over their.
    - Now Hart is made out to be the bad guy. He claims to have no idea about the finish and that he was surprised just as everyone else.
    - He does mention however that he knows if the match wasn’t flawed he would have defeated Goldberg in the center of the ring. Because he is “the best their was the best there is and the best there ever will be”.
    - Gene brings up Super Brawl and Caged Heat. Hart believes that Goldberg will not have any excuses when he loses to Bret. Bret will prove to the world that Bill Goldberg is not on his level.
    - Bret says he will not lose to Goldberg. He simply will not allow it.
    - Hart walks off as Gene hypes up Goldberg/Hart in one month time.
    (76%)

    Mike Awesome w/Jimmy Hart defeated Disco Inferno in 4:47

    - Awesome dominated the contest. Inferno did manage to take Awesome off his feet with a swinging neck breaker, but literally for only a second.
    - Inferno went to the middle turnbuckle and attempted a double axe handle. Awesome caught him and connected with a overhead belly to belly suplex.
    - Awesome Bomb followed by a Awesome Splash for the Awesome win.
    (73%)

    Commercials

    Gene is backstage with Sting.
    - Gene brings up the issues Sting has had with Kevin Nash in recent weeks. Sting says he doesn’t respect Nash for his actions.
    - Sting once considered Nash a friend but he has taken the competition portion of wrestling and thrown it out of the window.
    - Sting believes Nash is trying to take guys out so that he can be on the top of the mountain and he will not sit here and let that happen.
    - Sting issues a challenge to Kevin Nash for WCW Souled Out one on one.
    - “That is if you can make it following our tag match tonight”.
    - Sting with “It’s show time” before heading out of camera view.
    (89%)

    Konnan defeated Mark Jindrak in 6:29

    - Jindrak uses his power early on to slam Konnan down with a military press slam.
    - Konnan manages to come back with a rolling thunder lariat. Jindrak attempts a power bomb but Konnan nails him with a sit-out face buster.
    - Konnan locks in the Tequila Sunrise for the submission win.
    (63%)

    Commercials

    Bam-Bam Bigelow is in the cafeteria eating when a familiar face sits down next to him.
    - CHRIS CANDIDO, slides in next to the big man and brings up how Bigelow has been losing matches recently.
    - Bigelow acknowledges this and says he is in a funk. Candido suggests they “go old school” and this brings a smile to his face.
    - Bigelow says “well, we need one more guy.”
    - Candido says, “I’m already on it.”
    (74%)

    Perry Saturn defeated Big Vito in 3:05

    - Saturn rushes Vito early on delivering several mafia kicks and several variations of suplex’s.
    - Vito stumbles around and walks right into the Death Valley Driver. Saturn picks up a rather impressive win.
    (64%)

    Commercials

    Scott Hall defeated Shawn Stasiak in 5:49

    - Stasiak actually managed to get a good amount of offense in, taking Hall down with a nice snap power slam.
    - Stasiak with a Samoan Drop and goes to the top turnbuckle. Stasiak leaps off but misses a big splash.
    - Hall nails Stasiak with a one arm choke slam. Hall doesn’t go for the cover and nails Outsiders Edge for the win.
    (60%)

    Gene is standing with Goldberg.
    - Goldberg doesn’t want to talk about Hart, his focus on Piper.
    - Goldberg has one thing in mind, and that is end to Piper once and for all.
    - “I don’t care about winning at Souled Out, oh no, I care about making Piper suffer and making him wish he was dead. You screw with me, you screw with your well being.”
    - Goldberg finishes off by saying “Roddy Piper, YOUR NEXT!”.
    (74%)

    Commercials

    Randy Savage defeated Sean O’Haire in 5:04

    - Sean uses his speed and agility early on to control Savage. O’Haire nails Savage with a nice super kick and nearly picks up a huge upset.
    - Savage avoids a splash in the corner and spikes Sean with a pile driver. O’Haire stumbles to his feet and is taken back down with a double axe handle.
    - Top rope flying elbow drop by Savage to pick up the win.
    - Savage decides to work on O’Haire after the match. All of a sudden Hulk Hogan comes down with his belt and begins to deliver some shots to Savage’s back.
    - Hogan sends Savage into the ropes and rams the belt into Savage’s throat. Savage bails and heads to the back as Hogan waves his belt in the air while taunting Savage.
    (58%)

    Commercials

    Sting/Chris Benoit defeated Kevin Nash/Jeff Jarrett in 13:08

    - Sting and Nash go at it on the floor while Benoit delivers several chops and boots on Jarrett in the ring.
    - Nash sends Sting hard into the ring post and enters the ring to attack Benoit.
    - Jarrett manages to nail Benoit with a clothesline to the back of the head as Nash is working on him.
    - Jarrett with a delayed vertical suplex. Jarrett sends Benoit into Nash who takes Benoit down with a side walk slam for a near fall.
    - Sting eventually enters the ring and cleans house taking Nash down with a clothesline and dropkicking him to the floor.
    - Sting with a cross body from the top to the floor onto Nash!
    - In the ring, Jarrett signals for the end on Benoit, but Benoit reverses into a German suplex and quickly locks in the crippler cross face.
    - After a brief moment, Jarrett taps out.
    - Benoit has just made the WCW United States Champion tap out!
    - Sting and Benoit celebrate, but Nash grabs a microphone.
    - Nash says he heard Sting’s challenge and if Sting wants a fight he will get one at Souled Out.
    - Sting is rather happy about that and taunts Nash and Jarrett as the show fades.
    (80%)

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    World Championship Wrestling presents Saturday Night 1-15-2000
    From: Orlando, FL

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TL4ZbQBDYSE[/youtube]



    Mike Tenay and Scott Hudson are commentators for this edition of Saturday Night.
    - Tenay and Hudson welcome everyone to the show. Tenay makes sure to mention that Ric Flair will be competing in the main event.
    - Hudson also mentions that Rey Mistero Jr. will be in action tonight.
    - Tenay sends it over to David Penzer to start off the action.

    La Parka defeated Kid Romeo in 6:48

    - Romeo attempts a wheelbarrow bulldog but Parka reverses into a sit out face buster.
    - Romeo takes Parka down with a spinning heel kick. Romeo attempts a slingshot leg drop from the apron but Parka manages to move out of the way and nails Romeo with a dropkick.
    - Parka nails Romeo with a sit down power bomb and climbs to the top rope. Romeo gets up and Parka connects with a corkscrew moonsault to pick of the win.
    (57%)

    Video highlighting the Scott Steiner/Ric Flair feud is shown.
    (82%)

    Commercials

    Vamprio defeated Crowbar in 5:02..

    - Crowbar seems to stuck in a losing streak. Crowbar attempted a slingshot body press but Vampiro got his knees up.
    - Crowbar did manage to plant Vampiro with a double arm DDT but only got a near fall.
    - Vampiro takes Crowbar down with a leaping kick from the middle turnbuckle. Vampiro lifts Crowbar up and plants him with the Nail in the Coffin to win the bout.
    - After the match, Vampiro whispers something into Crowbar’s ear before leaving the ring.
    (68%)

    Backstage, Chris Candido and Bam-Bam Bigelow are in someone’s locker room.
    - Candido says “we did it once, I think no, I know we can do it again.”
    - Bigelow says “I need you man.”
    - The camera turns around and none other than Shane Douglas is the man they are talking to.
    - Douglas stands up and says “You guys are something else. WCW is about to witness the best group of guys in the business today. They are going to witness… the TRIPLE THREAT!
    - All three men laugh as the camera fades out.
    (67%)

    Commercials

    Rey Mistero Jr. defeated Elik Skipper in 7:36

    - Skipper managed to hold his own throughout the match. Skipper took Mistero down with a springboard hurricanrana for a near fall.
    - Mistero managed to throw Skipper off the middle rope and spikes Skipper with a tornado DDT.
    - Skipper goes for the Play of the Day, but Mister reverses and rolls Skipper up for the win.
    (71%)

    Backstage, Terry Funk is watching a video.
    - It’s a promotional video of Norman Smiley.
    - Funk feels that Smiley is a disgrace to the term “hardcore”.
    - Funk says that Smiley is “soft” and is a little screaming bitch. Funk challenges Smiley to a match on Nitro.
    (77%)

    Commercials

    Perry Saturn/Dean Malenko defeated The Mamalukes in 6:01

    - Saturn and Vito trade a series of right hands, until Saturn takes Vito down with a exploder suplex. Vito manages to spike Saturn with a pile driver.
    - Midway through the match, Vito nails Malenko with a super kick. Bull with a top rope leg drop on Malenko nearly wins the match.
    - Malenko takes Bull down with a middle rope gut buster. Vito enters the ring but Saturn takes him down with a Death Valley Driver.
    - Malenko with a power bomb on Bull and locks in the Texas Cloverleaf for the submission win.
    - Replay of the win.
    (70%)

    Chris Kanyon defeated Lash LeRoux in 4:39

    - LeRoux takes Kanyon down with a Russian leg sweep and goes for a cross body off the top but is met with a dropkick in midair to his midsection.
    - Kanyon with a gut wrench power bomb but LeRoux manages to kick out.
    - A stumbling LeRoux walks right into the “That’s a Wrap” (Flatliner) for the win.
    - Kanyon plays to the crowd after the win.
    (74%)

    Commercials

    Backstage, Diamond Dallas Page is standing in front of the camera.
    - Page says that he doesn’t care about the triple threat. The only thing he cares about is kicking Shane Douglas’s ass.
    - Page tells Candido and Bigelow that if they get in his way… all three will “FEEL THE BANG!”
    (77%)

    Rick Steiner defeated Mike Sanders in 3:29 in a non-title match

    - Sanders never quite had a chance. Steiner delivers several stiff right hands and catches Sanders coming off the ropes connecting with a power slam.
    - Belly to belly suplex by Steiner. Steiner nails Sanders with a top rope bulldog to pick up the win.
    - Steiner goes to the camera and says he will be known as the greatest TV champion of all time
    - Replay of the win.
    (59%)

    Commercials

    Ric Flair defeated Shawn Stasiak in 6:12

    - Stasiak controls Flair with a delayed vertical suplex and backbreaker.
    - Flair manages to sneak in a low blow and connects with a delayed vertical suplex.
    - Flair ducks a clothesline and connects with a back suplex followed by a knee breaker.
    - Stasiak is holding his knee, and Flair locks in the Figure Four.
    - Stasiak attempts to reach the ropes but ends up tapping out.
    - Flair celebrates the win. Flair wants Scott Steiner, badly.
    - Replay of the win.
    (79%)

    Mike Tenay and Scott Hudson tell everyone to tune into WCW Nitro!

    End of show.

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    World Championship Wrestling presents Nitro 1-17-2000

    From: Columbus, OH

    - Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan welcome everyone to this edition of WCW Nitro. Tony goes over what is expected on this edition. He mentions Smiley/Funk for the WCW Hardcore Championship, Goldberg being in action, Mike Awesome/Konnan, Jarrett defending the WCW United States Title against Buff Bagwell, and in the main event Sting meets Scott Steiner. Bobby with a smart remark that Steiner will tear both of Sting’s faces of. The painted version and his human version. Schiavone sends it to David Penzer for the first match of the night.

    Match #1: © Norman Smiley Vs Terry Funk WCW Hardcore Championship

    - Funk dominated Smiley from the sound of the bell delivering trash can shots and kendo stick shots to Smiley’s back. Of course with every hit, Smiley yelled. Smiley managed to avoid a chair shot and the chair rammed into Funk’s face bouncing off the ropes. Smiley would plant Funk with a DDT. Funk comes back with a pile driver of his own. Funk has Smiley on the apron and has a table set on the floor. Funk signals for a pile driver off the apron, but Smiley fights out and backdrops Funk through the table on the floor. Smiley with a splash onto Funk. Smiley with the cover and picks up a impressive win.
    Winner and Still WCW Hardcore Champion: Norman Smiley **


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    Bret Hart’s music hits and the WCW World Heavyweight Champion comes down to a course of boos.
    Hart grabs a microphone and tells the people that he has something to say and that they shut their mouths. Which of course gets him some heel heat. Hart wants it to be known that he isn’t not afraid of Goldberg, nor is he afraid of a Caged Heat match. He has thought about the match and has decided that he will end Goldberg’s career before Goldberg has the chance to take him out. Bret mentions that he isn’t known as the “Excellence of Execution” for nothing. He turns his attention to Roddy Piper. He didn’t ask nor did he need Piper and Russo to help him retain his championship. He knows that he would have beaten Goldberg in the middle of the ring because Goldberg is simply not in his league. Hart however says that Piper will get what he has coming to him at Souled Out. “If I could take on Piper at the PPV, I would.” Hart doesn’t want his reign as champion to be tarnished. Bret turns his attention to the younger guys who are trying to make a name for themselves. Hart remembers when he was trying to break out, but there is one difference between what he did and what guys like Booker T and Eddie Guerrero are doing. Bret didn’t come down to the ring and talk about what he could do, he came out and beat people. “ Why do you think guys like Hogan never wanted to face me? Because they know I am the best there is, the best their was, and the best their ever will be!” Bret continues “Goldberg come Super Brawl, you will find out, just like everyone else.” Hart leaves to a course of boo’s.

    Commercials

    Match #2: Psicosis Vs Kaz Hayashi

    A fast pace beginning with both men delivering arm drags, Psicosis takes Hayashi down with a spinning heel kick and Kaz rolls to the floor. Psicosis with a slingshot cross body to the floor. Psicosis attempts a springboard leg drop back in the ring, but Hayashi is able to avoid the move. Hayashi takes Psicosis down with a yakuza kick and plants him down with a tornado DDT coming off the middle rope. Psicosis manages to come back with a spinning heel kick and a face buster. Psicosis attempted a moonsault but again Kaz was able to avoid it. Psicosis got up holding his midsection and walked right into the WA4 (over the shoulder belly to back pile driver) by Hayashi. Kaz manages to pick up a impressive win.
    Winner: Kaz Hayshi ***¼

    Backstage, Eric Bischoff is standing alone with a contract in hand. Eric announces that a match has been signed for WCW Souled Out which takes place in jut under two weeks. He announces that Sting and Kevin Nash have signed on to face each other at the PPV so that they can finally resolve their issues over the past few weeks.

    Commercials

    Match 3: Goldberg Vs Mark Jindrak

    Jindrak attacks Goldberg before he is able to enter the ring. Jindrak attempts a vertical suplex but Goldberg is able reverse and takes Jindrak down with a overhead suplex. Jindrak stumbles out of the corner and Goldberg nails him with a spear. Goldberg pulls Jindrak up and connects with a jack hammer for the win.
    Winner: Goldberg *½
    After the match, Goldberg stands on the middle rope and is heard telling Hart that the belt is coming around his waist at Super Brawl.

    Eric Bischoff is in his office talking on the phone when Shane Douglas, Bam-Bam Bigelow and Chris Candido enter. Douglas presses the phone down ending Bischoff’s conversation abruptly. Douglas lets Bischoff know that they are the Triple Threat, and together they are best three wrestlers that WCW has to offer. Bischoff could care less. Douglas demands that Candido gets the chance to prove himself and wants Bischoff to make a match. He wants Candido to meet Diamond Dallas Page. Bischoff thinks about it, and decides to make the match, to get the Triple Threat out of his office. He makes it known that the match is coming up NEXT!

    Commercials

    Match #4: Diamond Dallas Page Vs Chris Candido w/ Shane Douglas and Bam-Bam Bigelow
    Page controls Candido early on taking him down with a discus clothesline. Page drops Candido chest first on the top rope and attempts the Diamond Cutter, but Candido shoves him off. Page turns around and Candido connects with a jumping double arm DDT. Candido nearly picks up the win. Candido takes Page down with a delayed vertical suplex and climbs to the top rope. Candido leaps off looking for a leg drop but misses. Page comes off the ropes and connects with a running Diamond Cutter on a hunched over Candido! Page plays to the crowd and before he can make the cover, Shane Douglas enters and viciously attacks Page with a chain. Page is busted open. Bigelow enters as well and takes Page down with the Greetings from Asbury Park. Douglas stands over Diamond Dallas Page taunting him.
    Winner: Diamond Dallas Page via Disqualification **¾

    A video promoting Souled Out is shown.

    Jimmy Hart is standing in the ring and introduces the man who will bring him the World Championship, Mike Awesome. Hart promotes his man and issues a open challenge. After a few moments, Konnan makes his way down to the ring.

    Match #5: Mike Awesome Vs Konnan
    Awesome backs Konnan into a corner and works on him with several right hands. Awesome with a short arm clothesline. Konnan manages to duck a clothesline and takes Awesome down with a rolling lariat. Awesome quickly gets up and takes Konnan down with a spine buster and he is livid. Awesome goes to the middle turnbuckle connecting with a shoulder block. Konnan manages to lift Awesome up and attempts a crucifix power bomb, but Awesome easily gets out and takes Konnan down with a release German suplex. Awesome with a fireman’s carry into a cutter. Awesome picks a limp Konnan up and nails the Awesome Bomb for the win.
    Winner: Mike Awesome **¾
    After the match, Awesome plants Konnan with a Awesome Bomb onto a chair as Jimmy Hart is yelling on his microphone.

    Commercials

    Backstage, Gene is standing with Ric Flair. Flair cuts a promo on Scott Steiner and hypes up his match with Scott Steiner. He brings up how people are saying this is Steiner’s chance to make a name for himself. Flair is sick of being the guy that everyone goes after to make a name for. “Hogan did it, Sting did it, Curt Hennig did it, and I will be damned if I let it happen again.” Flair tells Steiner that he will be at the top of his game. “The Nature Boy will walk down that aisle and leave everything I have in the middle of the ring. You better be ready for the fight of your life!” Flair leaves the scene as Gene nods his head.

    Match #6: © Jeff Jarrett Vs Buff Bagwell WCW United States Championship
    Bagwell backs Jarrett against the ropes and delivers a few punches to Jarrett’s midsection. Bagwell takes Jarrett down with a hip toss and a swinging neck breaker. Jarrett gets up and takes Bagwell down with a clothesline. Jarrett sends Bagwell into a corner and charges but Bagwell gets his feet up. Bagwell is on the middle rope and takes Jarrett down with a elbow drop. Bagwell hooks Jarrett up and connects with a snap suplex. Bagwell with a near fall. Jarrett backs into a corner pokes Bagwell in the eye. Jarrett with a side Russian leg sweep and gets a near fall. Jarrett takes Bagwell down with a delayed vertical suplex. Late in the match, Bagwell attempts a running power slam but Jarrett slides off and nails Bagwell with the Stroke! Jarrett goes for the cover and gets the three.
    Winner and Still WCW United States Champion: Jeff Jarrett **¾
    Jarrett walks up the ramp taunting the fans, until Chris Benoit runs down and brawls with Jarrett. Jarrett eventually runs to the back to avoid Benoit. Bagwell is in the ring trying to recover, that is until Raven comes out of the crowd and casually enters the ring. Raven is standing behind Bagwell, and Bagwell doesn’t realize it. Bagwell turns around and Raven plants Bagwell with a DDT! Raven sits in the corner just staring at Bagwell blankly as the commentators put over the mess we just witnessed.

    Commercials

    Scott Steiner comes out wearing one of Ric Flair’s robes. Steiner mocks Flair as the crowd is throwing wrappers and drinks at him. Sting music hits and he runs down for the main event.

    Match #7: Scott Steiner Vs Sting
    Sting delivers several rights and boots in the corner. Sting charges toward Steiner looking for a Sting Splash, but Steiner moves and when Sting comes out of the corner he takes Sting down with a belly to belly suplex. Sting gets up but Steiner connects with a clothesline and drops a elbow for good measure. Steiner pulls Sting up and takes him down with a exploder suplex. Steiner sends Sting into corner but Sting comes out of the corner and takes Steiner down with a clothesline. Sting comes off the ropes and takes Steiner down with a one arm running bulldog. Sting dropkicks Steiner into a corner and charges this time connecting with a Stinger Splash! Sting goes to the top rope and attempts a flying clothesline but Steiner clotheslines Sting in mid air. Steiner lifts Sting up and connects with a military press slam. Kevin Nash has walked down to the ring with a chair in hand. Nash tells Steiner to send Sting into the ropes. Steiner turns his back and doesn’t see Ric Flair running down and nailing Nash with a steel chair of his own. Steiner yells at Flair who is on the apron. Sting charges but Steiner moves and Sting collides with Flair and the chair. Steiner with double under hook power bomb and locks in the Steiner Recliner. Sting has nowhere to go, as passes out.
    Winner: Scott Steiner ***
    After the match, Flair rolls in and trades right hands with Steiner. Flair is gaining the advantage by not letting up. Steiner rolls to the floor and Flair follows him. Nash enters the ring with Sting who is still dazed. Nash has his chair in hand and nails Sting right over the head with it. Nash sets up for the jackknife power bomb, but Booker T runs down and attacks Nash. Booker T with several right hands and clotheslines Nash over the top to the floor. Booker T pulls Sting up and raises his hand as Nitro goes off the air!

    End of Show

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    Good shows.

    Wish Jericho was still around for the epic young guys angle

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    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2BxRk2Q314U[/youtube]




    World Championship Wrestling presents Thunder 1-20-2000

    From: Evansville, IN

    Mike Tenay and Bobby Heenan welcome everyone to the show. Tenay hypes up the show with saying that Sting will be in action tonight. He also wonders what Eric Bischoff announcement would be tonight. Heenan guesses that it going to be that WCW has fired Mike Tenay. Tenay doesn’t like that. Tenay continues to promote the show as Rick Steiner will defend the WCW Television Championship tonight. Heenan doesn’t care about that but he does care about the main event when Jarrett teams with Scott Hall to take on Booker T and Chris Benoit. Before we head to the ring, Tenay mentions that the Triple Threat have a special video for DDP, tonight. Tenay sends it to the ring.

    Match #1: Rey Mistero Jr./Billy Kidman Vs The Briscoe Brothers

    This is the debut of the Briscoe Brothers. Early on the Briscoe Brothers control Kidman with various suplex’s Mark takes Kidman down with a jumping spinning neck breaker. Mark goes to the middle rope and connects with a knee drop. Kidman comes back by reversing a power bomb into a face buster! Kidman gets a near fall. Kidman nails Mark with a fireman’s carry neck breaker. Kidman tags in Rey who connects with a springboard leg drop. Jay enters but Rey takes him down with a drop toe hold. Rey turns around and Mark plants Rey down with a spine buster. Mark tags in Jay who plants Rey with a sickening delayed brain buster! Jay sends Rey into the ropes and Rey connects with a wheelbarrow bulldog. Rey with a springboard leg drop and gets a near fall. Late in the match, Mark misses a moonsault and walks into a hurricanrana by Rey who hooks Mark’s legs for the pin and gets the three!
    Winners: Rey Mistero Jr. and Billy Kidman via pin fall ****

    Backstage, Eric Bischoff is sitting in his chair in his office, alone. Bischoff says that over the past several weeks Hogan and Savage have been having issues. Hell, they have been having issues for a decade. Bischoff says that he isn’t going to make Hogan/Savage at Souled Out because that has been seen a dozen times. Instead, Hogan and Savage are going to have to find men they trust. Something he knows isn’t easy for either man. Bischoff says that it will be Hogan and a partner of his choice against Savage and a partner of his choice at WCW Souled Out to settle the score once and for all.

    Commercials

    Match #2: © Rick Steiner Vs La Parka WCW Television Championship

    Steiner clubs away on Parka in the corner. Parka comes back with a spinning heel kick but Steiner doesn’t go down. Parka sends Steiner into a corner and charges but Steiner comes out and nails Parka with a stiff clothesline. Steiner with a release German suplex. Steiner pulls Parka up and connects with a running power slam. Steiner goes to the top turnbuckle and connects with a diving bulldog for the win.
    Winner and Still WCW Television Champion: Rick Steiner via pin fall *½
    After the match, Rick Steiner taunts to the camera saying “I’m the greatest WCW Television Champion.”

    Backstage, Shane Douglas, Bam-Bam Bigelow and Chris Candido better known as the Triple Threat enter the production truck. Douglas tells “Woody” to play the tape. Woody puts in the tape and Douglas laughs. The video begins to play and it is someone that is rather familiar. Douglas is overheard on the video making some rather disgusting remarks. Bigelow appears to be doing the camera work as Douglas/Candido are doing the play by play. Once Bigelow zooms in, its shown to be Kimberly, DDP’s wife. Kimberly is jogging with her dog and as you can imagine the Triple Threat is enjoying this. The video ends saying this is only part one.

    Commercials

    Match #3: © Faces of Fear Vs XS WCW World Tag Team Championships

    Meng works on Idol early on in the corner with several thrusts to the throat. Side slam by Meng for a near fall. Idol manages to come back with a swinging neck breaker but Meng gets up very quickly and nails Idol with a savant kick. Lane enters but is taken down with a Samoan Drop. Lane comes off the ropes and goes for a spinning heel kick but Meng just swipes him away. Meng nails Lane with a spine buster and tags in Barbarian. Lane leaps off the middle turnbuckle but Barbarian catches him and connects with a belly to belly suplex. Idol enters but is simply dumped to the floor. Barbarian and Meng climb to the top rope and connect with a double flying head butt on Lane. Barbarian goes for the cover and picks up the win.
    Winners and Still WCW World Tag Team Champions: Faces of Fear via pin fall. **¾

    Gene is standing with Chris Kanyon. Kanyon has some ridiculous glasses one with one shade saying “Movie” and the other saying “Star”. He also is wearing a glitter jacket that has money signs. Gene points out that Kanyon has his own film crew. Kanyon says that every movie star has a documentary made about their lives and career. So, he went out and got his own film guys. Gene wonders how Kanyon came to the conclusion that he is a movie star. Kanyon says that he has always known that he is a star. He just didn’t have the motivation because people like Gene put him down. After a brief delay he grabs one of his writers and says that what he can use for a acceptation speech. Kanyon sums it up that he is going to be star at two professions. A wrestler and a film star. Kanyon will show what he is all about, next.

    Commercials

    Match #4: Chris Kanyon Vs Joey Matthews

    This is also Joey Matthews debut. Will he have better luck than the Briscoe Brothers? Kanyon takes the advantage early on by taking Matthews down with a backbreaker and dropping a knee on Matthews head. Kanyon doesn’t even pay attention to the WCW cameras, but rather his film crew. Matthews manages to connect with a missile dropkick on Kanyon who just got done talking to *his* camera. Matthews with several rights in the corner but Kanyon rakes him in the eyes. Swinging neck breaker by Kanyon. Kanyon ducks a wild clothesline and nails Matthews with a super kick. Kanyon with the “That’s a Wrap” for the win.
    Winner: Chris Kanyon via pin fall **¾
    After the match, Kanyon places his business card of sorts on the chest of Matthews.

    Mike Tenay briefly wonders what the Kanyon has been drinking to think he is a movie star. Heenan says that whatever Kanyon has been drinking, he’d take a liter of it. Tenay hypes up the Raven/Bagwell feud as well as the recent Crowbar losing streak and Vampiro always arriving to say something to him. Tenay mentions that coming up next it is Raven against Crowbar in a hardcore match.

    Match #5: Raven Vs Crowbar Hardcore Match

    Crowbar charges to the ring with a trash can lid and begins to nail Raven several times. Crowbar attempts to send Raven across the ring but Raven takes Crowbar down with a discus clothesline. Raven bridges the trash can lid between the top and middle turnbuckle and rams Crowbar head first into the trash can lid. Raven goes for the Evenflow DDT, but Crowbar reverses and connects with a Northern Lights suplex for a near fall. Crowbar goes to the floor and grabs two chairs and a table and throws them into the ring. Crowbar connects with a chair assisted top rope leg drop onto Raven! Crowbar places Raven on the table and goes up top but Raven gets up and whacks Crowbar with a chair. Raven climbs up to the middle rope and connects with a middle rope Evenflow DDT through the table! Raven goes for the cover and gets the pin.
    Winner: Raven via pin fall ***
    After the match, Buff Bagwell comes in through the crowd and brawls with Raven until security breaks things up. Raven is seen grinning at Bagwell.

    Commercials

    Gene is standing with Booker T. Booker says that tonight he gets his hands on Scott Hall. He does mention that he is tagging with Benoit to face Jarrett and Hall. Booker says that tonight will just be a sample of what Booker will do to Scott Hall at WCW Souled Out.

    Match #6: Sting Vs Disco Inferno

    Sting is on a mission and he is not in the mood for Disco Inferno and his dancing. Sting with a one arm running face plant and a dropkick which backs Inferno into a corner. Sting with two Stinger Splashes and gets a near fall. Inferno comes back with a jaw breaker and attempts the Chart Buster but takes to much time and Sting plants Inferno with the Scorpion Death Drop! Sting goes for the cover and picks up the win.
    Winner: Sting via pin fall. **¾
    After the match, Sting plays to the crowd and makes it known that he is ready for revenge on Nash and Scott Steiner!

    Commercials

    Match #7: Booker T/Chris Benoit Vs Scott Hall/Jeff Jarrett

    Booker wants to start with Hall, but Hall stays on the apron so Jarrett starts. Booker with a nice leaping side kick to take Jarrett down. Jarrett fights back with a swinging neck breaker. Jarrett sends Booker into a corner but runs right into a nice super kick by Booker. Booker takes Jarrett down with a diving forearm smash. Jarrett ducks a spin kick and takes Booker down with a spine buster. Jarrett also connects with a double axe handle off the middle rope. Jarrett sends Booker to his corner and tags in Hall. They both work on Booker until Benoit enters and sends Jarrett to the floor. Hall works on Booker taking him down with a fall away slam. Hall gets a near fall. Hall goes for the Outsiders Edge, but Booker T backdrops him down and connects with a leaps side kick. Booker makes the tag to Benoit. Benoit with several chops on Hall before taking Hall down with a German suplex, three times in a row. Benoit with a snap suplex followed by a gut wrench suplex for a near fall. Benoit sends Hall into the ropes but Hall delivers a boot to Benoit’s midsection and takes him down with a choke slam. Hall tags in Jarrett. Jarrett charges but Benoit side steps Jarrett and takes him down with a bridging German suplex for a near fall. Hall distracts the referee as Jarrett takes control with a low blow and connects with a vertical suplex. Jarrett attempts to go for the Stroke, but Benoit reverses, connecting with a back suplex. Benoit makes the tag to Booker, as Jarrett tags in Hall. Hall and Booker trade a series of right hands. Booker takes Hall down with the Book End. Booker comes off the ropes and connects with the axe kick. Booker wants to go for the cover, but Benoit wants to finish Hall off. Booker tags in Benoit, and figuring its academic begins to play to the crowd. Well, Jarrett re-enters and shoves Booker off the top rope crashing to the floor. The referee goes to check on Booker and this allows Jarrett to nail Benoit with the guitar while on the top turnbuckle. Hall gets up lifts Benoit up and spikes him down with the Outsiders Edge. Hall goes for the cover and picks up the win.
    Winners: Scott Hall and Jeff Jarrett via pin fall. ***¼
    After the match, Jeff Jarrett stands over Chris Benoit holding his United States Championship and the broken guitar and Hall is on the middle rope taunting Booker T who is still on the floor as Thunder goes off the air.

    End of Show.

    Overall Rating:
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    World Championship Wrestling presents Saturday Night 1-22-2000

    From: Orlando, FL

    Mike Tenay and Scott Hudson welcome everyone to WCW Saturday Night. Hudson mentions that Souled Out is only eight days away. Hudson personally can not wait for Scott Steiner/Ric Flair match while Tenay wants Goldberg to get revenge against Roddy Piper. Tenay mentions that on tonight’s edition Rick Steiner will defend the WCW Television Championship against Fit Finlay. Hudson promotes that Mike Awesome will compete against Big Vito. Also tonight Chavo Guerrero Jr. will be in action against up and comer AJ Styles. Tenay hypes up the main event as Chris Benoit will take on Shawn Stasiak. Hudson sends it over to David Penzer to start the show.

    Match #1: Elik Skipper/Kid Romeo defeated Shannon Moore/Shane Helms

    Shannon Moore/Shane Helms are no longer in the pop stable “3 Count”. Moore has adopted a more natural look as he is dressed in gothic clothing. While Helms is in his regular trunks. A fast pace match between these four men. Skipper nails Moore with a impressive slingshot somersault lariat for a near fall. Moore manages to fight back and nails Skipper with a double springboard leg drop for a near fall of his own. Helms enters and takes Skipper down with a frog splash cross body but Skipper kicks out at two. Skipper nails double under hook power bomb. Romeo enters and connects with a sickening death valley driver for a near fall. Helms ducks a clothesline and takes Romeo down with a tornado DDT. Moore gets the tag and springboards off the top rope looking for a cross body and seemingly connects but Romeo manages to roll through and pins Moore for the unexpected victory!
    Winners: Elik Skipper and Kid Romeo via pin fall. ***

    It is now time for a pre-recorded sit down interview Hulk Hogan had with Mike Tenay. Tenay brings up how Hogan has to find a partner for WCW Souled Out in eight days and asks how the process is going. Hogan says that as everyone knows he doesn’t have a lot of friends or people that he can trust because of what he did back in 1996. No matter how many times he asks to be forgiven, the guys in the back will never be able to fully do it, and he understands that. However, he lets Tenay know that he has found a partner. A man that never had to go through the wrath of the N.W.O when he was the leader. This is a man that Savage knows very well. Hogan says that everyone will find out who his partner is, on Monday Nitro, brother.

    Commercials

    Match #2: Lane Vs Lash LeRoux

    Both men do their taunts. Lane doing a more inappropriate taunt while LeRoux does his side burn taunt. Lane slaps LeRoux during his taunt. Lane with the early offense taking LeRoux down with a spinning heel kick. LeRoux takes Lane down with a double arm DDT nearly picking up the win. Lane plants LeRoux with a spinning neck breaker. LeRoux with a few jabs and split before taking Lane down with a clothesline. Lane stumbles around and LeRoux connects with the Whiplash 00 for the win.
    Winner: Lash LeRoux **½

    A previously taped interview with Raven is aired. Raven is sitting in a ally as the camera makes its way over to him. Raven starts off saying that Bagwell has been giving everything he has ever wanted. He gets the commercials, the women, the fame. While Raven is simply ignored. Raven will not have that anymore. He is done just sitting in the corner and everyone else gets what should be his. At Souled Out, Raven will force Bagwell to retire. His good looks will be diminished, his good health will be no longer. “Buff Bagwell, you have eight days to remain happy. January 30th, you’ll never the be same. Quote the Raven…. NEVERMORE!”

    Commercials

    Match #3: © Rick Steiner Vs Fit Finlay WCW Television Championship

    Talk about a slugfest. These two had one stiff slugfest. Finlay with several European uppercuts on Steiner who came back with several head butts. Finlay takes Steiner down with a gut wrench suplex for a near fall. Finlay knocks Steiner down with a short arm clothesline as well. Steiner fights off of Finlay’s shoulder as he was going for a rolling fireman’s carry slam. Finlay spins around and Steiner knocks him down with a clothesline. Steiner pulls Finlay up and connects with a running power slam. Finlay rolls to a corner where Steiner delivers several blows. Steiner with a belly to belly suplex for a near fall. Steiner climbs to the top rope and leaps off connecting with the a bulldog. Steiner goes for the cover and picks up the win.
    Winner and Still WCW Television Champion: Rick Steiner via pin fall **
    After the match, Steiner yells into the camera that no one will beat him for the TV Championship

    A video package promoting the feud between Piper and Goldberg is shown. Mainly focusing on Piper stopping the Starrcade match abruptly and screwing Goldberg out of the championship

    Commercials

    Match #4: Mark Jindrak Vs Hugh Morrus

    Morrus controlled a good portion of the match. Jindrak showcased his strength taking Morrus down with a tilt a whirl side slam nearly picking up a win. However, Morrus fought back and took Jindrak down with a running power slam. Morrus climbs to the top rope and connects with a moonsault to pick up the win.
    Winner: Hugh Morrus via pin fall *½

    Ad for WCW Souled Out is shown.

    Jimmy Hart is standing in the ring with his client Mike Awesome. Jimmy Hart says that everyone man who has tried to beat Awesome have failed miserably. Hart issues another open challenge. After a brief moment, Big Vito comes out to accept the challenge.

    Match #5: Mike Awesome Vs Big Vito
    Vito charges the ring delivering several rights but Awesome just shoves him away. Vito charges again but Awesome catches him and connects with a quick power slam. Awesome connects with a German suplex and Vito is hurting. Awesome pulls Vito up and connects with a fireman’s carry cutter. Awesome climbs to the top and connects with a impressive Awesome Splash. Awesome goes for the cover and picks up a rather quick win.
    Winner: Mike Awesome via pin fall **¾
    After the match, Johnny The Bull runs down but Awesome takes him down with a spine buster. Awesome lifts Bull up and plants him down with a Awesome Bomb. Awesome stands over the fallen Mamalukes as Hart yells on his megaphone.

    Commercials

    Backstage, Billy Kidman is reading the new WCW Magazine which is out in newsstands now. Rey Mistero Jr. walks in and says he needs to talk to Kidman. Rey tells Kidman that at Souled Out he is going to do what he has to do in order to win the Cruiserweight championship. Even if that means he has to beat Kidman. Kidman cuts him off and says that he wouldn’t expect anything less and that’s exactly wants. Kidman puts his hand out and says “may the best man win.” Rey nods and shakes his hand.

    Match #6: Chavo Guerrero Jr. Vs AJ Styles

    Styles takes Chavo down with a spinning heel kick and middle rope tornado DDT and nearly picks up a win. Styles comes off the ropes and attempts a wheelbarrow bulldog, but Chavo drops Styles to the mat chest and gut first. Chavo platys to the crowd and goes to pull Styles up who nails Chavo with a pele kick! Styles leaps off the middle rope and takes Chavo down with a hurricanrana for another near fall. Chavo avoids a dropkick and takes Styles down with a Saito suplex. Chavo sends Styles into the ropes and connects with a tilt a whirl backbreaker for a near fall. Chavo attempts a vertical suplex but Styles reverses and takes Chavo down with a reverse DDT! Styles goes to the top rope, leaps off and misses the Spiral Tap! Chavo quickly gets up and plants Styles with a brain buster. Chavo goes to the top and connects with the frog splash for the win.
    Winner: Chavo Guerrero Jr. via pin fall ****¼

    After the match, Chavo signals at the Cruiserweight Championship will be coming around his waist.

    A video promoting WCW Souled Out is shown.

    Commercials

    Match #7: Chris Benoit Vs Shawn Stasiak

    Stasiak shows off his body to Benoit, but Benoit could care less. Benoit delivers several chops on Stasiak in the corner. Benoit with a snap suplex. Stasiak comes back with a high knee followed by a back suplex. Stasiak turns his back and again shows his abs to the crowd. Benoit comes form behind and connects with three German suplex’s and releases on the third one. Stasiak manages to take Benoit down with a military press slam. Stasiak mocks Benoit and casually pulls Benoit up. Benoit drags Stasiak down and locks in the cross face. Stasiak taps out.
    Winner: Chris Benoit via submission ***
    After the match. Chris Benoit celebrates as the announcers put over the fact that if Benoit does that at Souled Out, he will become the WCW United States Champion.

    End of Show.

    Overall Grade: 70%

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    Re: WCW 2000: Re-booking a Disaster

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    World Championship Wrestling presents Nitro 1-24-2000

    From: Los Angeles, CA

    Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan welcome everyone to this edition of WCW Nitro. Tony mentions how Souled Out is only six days away. Heenan puts over how Piper must be shaking in his boots as Goldberg will get his hands on him in six days! Schiavone agrees and mentions that Scott Steiner gets the chance to prove to Ric Flair that he is indeed “the man”. Heenan wonders who Hogan has gotten to be his mystery partner. Schiavone truly believes that no one will have Hogan’s back at Souled Out. Heenan says he would never trust Hogan. Schiavone reminds Bobby that he never had liked Hogan. Which, Heenan seems to acknowledge but maintains his point. Tony sends it over to David Penzer to start the action!

    Match #1: Chavo Guerrero Jr./Juventud Guerrera Vs Briscoe Brothers

    The young Briscoe’s have yet another tough task ahead of them as they go against the other two men involved in the fatal four way match for the Cruiserweight Championship at Souled Out. Chavo with a tilt a whirl backbreaker on Mark. Chavo with a northern lights suplex as well for a near fall. Mark takes Chavo down with a spinning heel kick. Chavo charges but Mark takes Chavo down with a Samoan drop and Chavo rolls to the floor upset. Chavo eventually re-enters but is taken down with a gut wrench suplex. Mark stalks Chavo in the corner but Chavo pulls on Mark’s trunks and Mark goes hard face first into the middle turnbuckle. Chavo with a saito suplex before tagging in Juvi. Juvi with a springboard leg drop for a near fall. Juvi comes off the ropes and takes Mark down with a tornado DDT. Juvi proceeds to mock a certain top star in the WWF and goes off the ropes looking for a elbow, but Mark has gotten up and connects with a overhead belly to belly suplex. Mark makes the tag to Jay who plants Juvi with gut wrench power bomb. Juvi rolls to his corner and tags in Chavo. Chavo climbs up top and connects with a missile dropkick. On the floor, Juvi pulls Mark off the apron and sends him into the ring steps. Chavo ducks a super kick from Jay and plants him with a brain buster. Chavo goes for the cover and picks up the win.
    Winners: Chavo Guerrero Jr. and Juventud Guerrera via pin fall ****

    After the match, Chavo is taunting the crowd and stumbles backwards into Juvi. They are clearly talking about their PPV match this Sunday. Both men signal that the championship will be theirs this Sunday.

    Commercials

    Gene calls out Eddie Guerrero for a interview. Guerrero has a frustrated look on his face. Gene asks Eddie want his problem his. Guerrero tells Gene that his problem is with Eric Bischoff. Guerrero was promised to be a top tier player here in WCW, but has yet to be used as a wrestler. Every week he has to come out here and talk and complain. He is sick of doing it. No one is listening to him. He is convinced he needs to beat people in order for people to take notice. Guerrero wants a match, tonight. Eric Bischoff music hits. Bischoff actually agrees with Guerrero that it has been far too long. But, Bischoff has been protecting Guerrero. Guerrero looks confused. Bischoff says with the way Guerrero has been talking a lot of the guys in the back are wanting to hurt Guerrero to teach him a lesson. However, Bischoff knew that Guerrero would grow impatient. So, tonight Bischoff has made a match. Guerrero has issues with various main event guys. Well, tonight he will have to prove he is worthy of being in a match against a main event wrestler Tonight, it will be Eddie Guerrero against his good fried… Dean Malenko! Guerrero nods his head in approval as Bischoff heads backstage.

    Commercials

    Match #2: © Rick Steiner Vs Perry Saturn WCW Television Champion

    Steiner attempts to use his powerful right hands to take care of Saturn, but Saturn comes back with a few of his own. Saturn avoids a clothesline and connects with a German suplex for a near fall. Saturn sends Steiner into a corner and charges looking to catapult Steiner back to the middle of the ring, but Steiner drops Saturn face first onto the top turnbuckle. Steiner with a back suplex and drops a elbow to the back of Saturn. Steiner attempts a running power slam but Saturn wiggles out and connects with a exploder suplex for a near fall. Saturn waits as Steiner gets up and connects with a super kick. Saturn goes for the cover, but Steiner gets his shoulder up. Saturn goes to the apron and connects with a slingshot splash for another near fall. Steiner manages to block a double under hook suplex attempt and takes Saturn down with a belly to belly suplex. Steiner climbs to the top rope looking for the bulldog, but Saturn gets up, runs up the ropes and takes Steiner down with a overhead belly to belly suplex! Saturn goes for the cover and on the count of two, the referee is pulled out of the ring. The camera turns and its STEVEN REGAL! Regal knocks the referee down with a left hand and enters the ring. Regal has a pair of brass knuckles and nails Saturn. Regal pulls Steiner up and nails him as well. Regal stands over Steiner and says “lets see you beat me you bloody fool!” and delivers a few more brass knuckle shots. Regal leaves to a course of boos. The referee recovers and has thrown out the match.
    Winner: No Contest, Rick Steiner retains the WCW Television Championship **½

    Tony and Bobby wonder what the heck Regal is doing back in WCW. Tony mentions that Regal is a former WCW Television Champion and perhaps he was sending a message. Bobby believes that if he was, Steiner and Saturn got the message loud and clear. Tony sends it over to Gene


    Gene introduces Buff Bagwell who is on his way down to the ring for a interview, but after his pyro goes off, RAVEN comes running down and attacks Bagwell. Raven sends Bagwell into the guard railing and plants Bagwell with a sickening DDT on the floor! Security comes running down but Raven escapes through the crowd. Several EMT attend to the clearly shaken up Bagwell.

    Commercials

    Tony mentions that Bagwell is aware of his surroundings but appears to be shaken up. Heenan believes this will just add to their match at Souled Out.

    Match #3: Konnan Vs Chris Kanyon

    Kanyon comes out with his own camera crew and stage lighting guys as well. He is really taking this whole movie star thing to another level. Konnan with the early advantage taking Kanyon down with a rolling thunder lariat. Kanyon rolls to the floor to get “powder” on his face. Konnan doesn’t wait and rams Kanyon into the guard railing. Konnan rolls Kanyon back into the ring who is back peddling. Konnan sends Kanyon into the corner and charges but Kanyon surprises Konnan with a clothesline. Konnan gets up and walks right into a death valley driver but Kanyon only gets a two count. Konnan manages to avoid a Russian leg sweep and takes Kanyon down with a DDT. Kanyon rolls to the floor, again. Konnan is too busy recovering to notice that Kanyon has rolled to the floor and that someone in the same gear is now on the floor. Konnan throws “Kanyon” back into the ring and connects with a atomic drop followed by a running bulldog, however again “Kanyon” rolls to the floor. The real Kanyon comes from behind spins Konnan around and connects with “That’s A Wrap” for the win!
    Winner: Chris Kanyon via pin fall **¾
    After the match, Kanyon grabs what he is calling his “stunt double”. Once the camera gets closer, it is revealed to be… Joey Matthews. Kanyon and Matthews head to the back taunting the crowd and laughing at Konnan.

    Jeff Jarrett is standing in front of the camera alone. Jarrett tells the fans that six days before he retains his WCW United States Championship against Chris Benoit he gets the chance to take out their hero. He is of course talking about Hulk Hogan. Just like Eddie Guerrero, Jarrett has been pushed aside for the same of stuff year after year. However, tonight is the dawning of a new era. Jarrett guarantees he will pin Hogan 1-2-3 in the center of the ring.

    Commercials

    Match #4: Kevin Nash Vs Crowbar
    Crowbar is determined to get a win even if he is facing Kevin Nash. Well, lets say Crowbar didn’t fair well. Nash with a early side slam and big boot to control Crowbar. Nash with his usual back elbow routine in the corner and chokes Crowbar with his foot. Crowbar does attempt a springboard cross body but Nash clotheslines him in mid air. Nash pulls Crowbar up and plants him down with a power bomb for the quick win.
    Winner: Kevin Nash via pin fall *½

    After the match, Nash makes it known that Sting will suffer the same fate. Once Nash leaves, Vampiro is seen rolling into the ring and again whispers something into Crowbar’s ear. Crowbar looks at Vampiro and follows him to the backstage area.

    Tony and Bobby speculate what Vampiro has been whispering in Crowbar’s ear in the recent weeks. Tony mentions that more action is up next, as Booker T will be in action.

    Match #5: Booker T Vs Psicosis

    Psicosis actually manages to get a few offense moves in including a wheelbarrow into a bulldog and springboard leg drop. However, Psicosis decided to play to the crowd and was taken down with a leaping side kick. Booker sends Psicosis into the ropes and plants him down with a spine buster. Psicosis stumbles to his feet and Booker nails him with a scissors kick for the win.
    Winner: Booker T via pin fall **½
    After the match. Booker T plays to the camera and taunts Scott Hall.

    Commercials

    Disco Inferno introduces his new talk show, named “The Lounge”. Inferno puts himself over saying that WCW has finally caught on that the fans love him and want to see more of him. The crowd disagrees. Inferno brings up that his first guest tonight will be the ever depressing, Diamond Dallas Page. Inferno pokes fun at Page’s wife Kimberly losing her job and that Shane Douglas will beat Page this Sunday. Diamond Dallas Page comes out to a good reaction and Inferno tells the music man to cut his music. Inferno asks how is his wife. Page goes to answer but Inferno cuts him off saying “you know what, I actually don’t care.” Page didn’t like that. Inferno brings up the video that the Triple Threat showed on Thunder where they were videotaping Kimberly running with her dogs. Inferno says he has a serious question. “Are they real?” Page goes to hit Inferno but Inferno manages to convince Page that he was just joking. However, he tells Page that he isn’t joking about the fact that Shane Douglas will beat Page to prove he is the better man. Page just laughs, until Inferno goes one step further. Inferno says “Hell, maybe after Souled Out Kimberly can be with a real man, for once.” Page snaps nailing Inferno with several right hands. Page drives Inferno down with a Diamond Cutter and grabs a microphone. Page says “Douglas, you have brought this to a whole new level. This isn’t just about you and me. This is about the pride and respect of my wife. At Souled Out Douglas you are going to wish you didn’t mess with DDP. Get ready to FEEL… THE…. BANG!” Page plays to the crowd as Inferno is left on the floor hurting.

    Match #6: Eddie Guerrero Vs Dean Malenko

    As expected these two men put on one hell of a show. Malenko comes off ropes and is met with a tilt a whirl side slam. Malenko takes Guerrero down with a leg lariat. Malenko takes Guerrero down with a gut buster as well. Malenko leaps off the middle turnbuckle looking for a knee drop but Guerrero manages to move. Malenko is holding his knee hunched over which allows Guerrero to spike Malenko with a DDT. Malenko nearly sneaks a win with a rollup as Guerrero attempted a figure four lock. Guerrero pulls Malenko up and attempts a spinning crucifix into a neck breaker slam, but Malenko slides off and takes Guerrero down with a back suplex. Malenko with a delayed vertical suplex for a near fall. Malenko leaps off the middle rope again looking for a double axe handle but Guerrero catches him and flapjacks Malenko down. Guerrero rolls through and locks in a single leg Boston Crab on Malenko’s previously injured leg. Guerrero pulls Malenko back to the center of the ring and switches into a STF. Malenko refuses to give up and Guerrero decides to let go. Guerrero attempts a snap suplex but Malenko blocks and drives Guerrero down with a brain buster for a near fall. Malenko sends Guerrero into the ropes and puts his head down which allows Guerrero to deliver a boot and take Malenko down with a spinning power bomb! Guerrero signals for the end and climbs to the top. Guerrero leaps off connecting with the frog splash to pick up the win!
    Winner: Eddie Guerrero via pin fall ***½

    Guerrero taunts to the camera asking “was that good enough for you Bischoff.” Guerrero walks to back.

    Commercials

    Tony hypes up the fact that we have yet to find out Hogan’s partner for the PPV this Sunday. Heenan believes that Hogan wasn’t able to find anyone, and was lying as usual. Tony sends it over to David Penzer for the main event.

    Match #7: Jeff Jarrett Vs Hulk Hogan Non-Title

    Hogan with several right hands on Jarrett before sending him into the ropes and taking Jarrett down with a back elbow. Jarrett gets up and walks right into a scoop slam. Jarrett gets up and is up against the ropes and Hogan charges and clotheslines Jarrett over the top to the floor. Hogan follows and crotches Jarrett on the guard railing and clotheslines him off again. Hogan sends Jarrett back into the ring but Jarrett manages to deliver a few boots on Hogan. Jarrett sends Hogan into the ropes and clotheslines Hogan down. Jarrett pulls Hogan up and connects with a delayed vertical suplex. Jarrett goes for the cover but Hogan kicks out. Jarrett continues his offense and goes for The Stroke but Hogan shoves him off and Jarrett goes off the ropes and Hogan connects with a big boot. Hogan is signaling for the leg drop, until he notices Savage. Hogan begins yelling at Savage and doesn’t realize that Jarrett has grabbed his guitar. Hogan turns around and Jarrett nails him with the guitar to cause the DQ
    Winner: Hulk Hogan via disqualification **
    After the match, Randy Savage runs down and counts the three as Jarrett pins Hogan in the middle of the ring. Savage grabs a microphone and tells Hogan that he wants him to meet his tag team partner for this Sunday. He points to the aisle way and…. MIKE AWESOME comes down to the ring and all three men begin to work on Hogan. Then, the lights go out and the crowd is wondering what is going to happen. The light flicker back on, and its…. SID VICIOUS! Sid begins to brawl with all three men as Tony is screaming at the top of his lungs that Sid must be his partner. Everyone but Mike Awesome bail from the ring and has a face to face confrontation. Eventually, Jimmy Hart rolls in and tells Awesome to come with him. As they head to backstage area, Chris Benoit comes running down and brawls with Jeff Jarrett as security tries to break them up as they go backstage. Hogan has gotten up and shakes Sid’s hand as Savage/Awesome continue to taunt Hogan and Sid as Nitro goes off the air.

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    World Championship Wrestling presents Thunder 1-27-2000

    From: Las Vegas, NV

    Mike Tenay and Bobby Heenan welcome everyone to WCW Thunder. Tenay brings up how Souled Out is only three days away. Heenan brings up how Juventud Guerrera, Scott Hall, Mike Awesome and Diamond Dallas Page will all be in action tonight. Tenay chimes in that Page will be facing the same man who insulted him on Nitro, Disco Inferno. Tenay also promotes that tonight Ric Flair’s sit down interview with Mike Tenay will be shown tonight. Heenan brings up how tonight they will get part two of the video of Kimberly brought to you by the Triple Threat. Tenay puts over the show and sends it over to David Penzer.

    Match #1: Blitzkrieg Vs Mike Sanders

    Before the match, Sanders taunted the fans by going to slap hands with fans and pulling back. The kids didn’t like that. Blitzkrieg with a few impressive moves early on taking Sanders out with a somersault plancha over the top rope to the floor! Blitzkrieg nails Sanders with a springboard back elbow smash for a near fall. Late in the match, Blitzkrieg runs toward Sanders but misses a splash in the corner. Blitzkrieg stumbles out and Sanders connects with the 3.0 for the win.
    Winner: Mike Sanders via pin fall ***

    After the match, Sanders heads to the back again faking the kids out.

    Commercials

    It’s now time for the sit down interview Mike Tenay had with Ric Flair earlier in the week. Tenay brings up how Flair is going against a younger, faster and what some people would call a “crazy” Scott Steiner at Souled Out. Tenay asks how important that match is to Flair. Flair says it’s one of the biggest matches in his career. Every time he has been called out he has fought a tremendous fight. But none of those men were built like Steiner. He isn’t going to allow Steiner to make a name for himself at Flair’s expense. Flair says he isn’t washed up, he isn’t over the hill. He will prove to Steiner that he is the man, and until you beat the man, your just a boy. WOOO!

    Back to Mike and Bobby where Mike hypes up the match and says that he believes Flair will win the match because he will not allow himself to lose. Heenan believes Flair will put up a good fight but he can’t see him beating Scott Steiner. Mike Tenay sends it over to David Penzer for some more WCW action!

    Match #2: Bam-Bam Bigelow Vs James Storm

    Bigelow seems have a much better attitude now that he is with Douglas/Candido. Storm attempted to get something going but Bigelow managed to stop him every time. Bigelow nails Storm with a enzuigiri and Storm never seemed to recover. Bigelow connects with a double under hook backbreaker and flies off the top rope connecting with a diving head butt for the win.
    Winner: Bam-Bam Bigelow via pin fall **
    After the match. Shane Douglas and Chris Candido walk down to the ring and celebrate with Bigelow. Douglas grabs a microphone and mentions that tonight he will show the second installment of his video regarding Kimberly. Douglas says after the commercial break the video will be shown.

    Commercials

    Shane Douglas is still in the ring and introduces the second part of video involving Kimberly, DDP’s wife. The video takes a moment to get into picture and once it does we see Kimberly mowing the lawn with a tank top and very short shorts. Douglas is heard on the video saying “this shows us who the real man of the house is.” The triple threat continue to insult Page and Kimberly as the video ends.

    Mike Tenay is upset that Douglas is bringing Kimberly into this situation. He thinks that is a disgrace. Heenan wants to know where he can buy the videos.

    Match #3: Dean Malenko/Perry Saturn Vs Briscoe Brothers

    What a fantastic match. The Briscoe Brothers sure can work. Malenko nails Mark with a double under hook sit down power bomb but that wasn’t enough. Mark plants Malenko with a elevated DDT for a near fall as well. Mark continues his offense until Saturn gets a blind tag and takes Mark down with a exploder suplex. Jay enters and takes Saturn down with a missile dropkick. Jay attempts a vertical suplex but Malenko enters and dropkicks Jay’s knee. Mark enters and clotheslines Malenko to the floor. Mark is pulled to the floor as well. Saturn grabs Jay up and plants him with a Death Valley Driver for the win.
    Winner: Perry Saturn and Dean Malenko via pin fall ****

    Saturn and Malenko celebrate after the match and taunt to the camera that they are coming after some WCW Championship gold.

    Commercials

    Match #4: Juventud Guerrera Vs AJ Styles

    Another great match. Juvi with the early advantage taking Styles down with a pump handle sit out face buster. Styles is able to avoid a moonsault. Styles nails Juvi with a springboard forearm smash and nearly gets a upset win. Juvi comes back taking Styles down with a wheelbarrow face buster for a near fall. Styles with a backbreaker followed by a gut buster and goes to the top rope. Styles is having trouble finding a good balance and this allows Juvi to crotch Styles on the top. Juvi with a top rope hurricanrana. Juvi quickly pulls Styles up and plants him with the Juvi Driver and connects with the 450 splash for the win.
    Winner: Juventud Guerrera via pin fall ****¼

    A video promoting the debuting Rob Van Dam is shown. He will make his first appearance this Monday!

    Commercials

    Match #5: Scott Hall Vs Chris Harris

    Hall dominated every aspect of this match. Hall with a middle rope fall away slam and the Outsiders Edge for the win. This was just a way to put Hall over before the PPV this Sunday.
    Winner: Scott Hall via pin fall *½

    Backstage, Jimmy Hart is standing with Mike Awesome and he puts Awesome over. He tells Hulk Hogan and Sid to be ready for the fight of their lives. Awesome speaks and says “I will be the man to end Hulkamania once and for all.”

    Commercials

    Match #6: Mike Awesome Vs The Mamalukes

    Awesome had no problem taking on two men and he simply manhandled both Mamalukes. Awesome with a top rope clothesline taking both Vito and Bull down. Awesome finishes Vito off with a Awesome Bomb and power bombs Bull on top of Vito. Awesome isn’t done though. Awesome goes to the top rope and connects with a Awesome Splash onto both men! Awesome covers both men for the easy win.
    Winner: Mike Awesome via pin fall **

    A ad promoting WCW Souled Out this Sunday is shown.

    Commercials

    Match #7: Disco Inferno Vs Diamond Dallas Page

    Inferno was looking to shake hands and put everything behind them but Page didn’t agree. Page takes Angle down with a discus clothesline. Page also plants Inferno down with a float over DDT. Inferno pops up and walks into a clothesline. Page with a near fall. Inferno reverses a Russian leg sweep into a swinging neck breaker and begins to dance. Inferno continues his offense with a side suplex and proceeds to go to the middle rope. Inferno taunts the crowd which allows Page to get up and work on Inferno. Page knocks Inferno silly with a few rights before setting up and connecting with a middle rope running Diamond Cutter to earn the win.
    Winner: Diamond Dallas Page via pin fall **½

    After the match, Bam-Bam Bigelow and Chris Candido run down as we see Shane Douglas directing traffic. Page is able to hold his own throwing both men over the top rope. Douglas acts like he is going to enter the ring, but doesn’t. Page and Douglas just talk smack as Tenay and Heenan hype up the PPV as Thunder goes off the air.

    A ad for Souled Out is shown.

    End of show.

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    Re: WCW 2000: Re-booking a Disaster

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    World Championship Wrestling presents Saturday Night 1-29-2000

    From: Orlando, FL

    Mike Tenay and Scott Hudson welcome everyone to WCW Saturday Night. They make sure to point out that Souled Out is now just one day away. They hype up Steiner/Flair, Goldberg/Piper, Sting/Nash and Hogan/Sid facing Savage/Awesome. Tenay puts over tonight’s show with Buff Bagwell competing in the main event tonight. Hudson also mentions that the Faces of Fear will be in action in a non-title contest. Tenay throws it over to David Penzer to start the show!

    Match #1: Sean O’Haire Vs Hugh Morrus

    Morrus gets right in O’Haire’s face but O’Haire doesn’t back down and actually begins to deliver right hands. O’Haire with a impressive super kick that catches Morrus square on the chin. O’Haire showcases his strength by lifting Morrus up with a gorilla press slam but Morrus rakes O’Haire’s eyes and comes off the ropes to take O’Haire down with a jumping DDT. Morrus muscles O’Haire up and power bombs him down. Morrus with a top rope moonsault for the win.
    Winner: Hugh Morrus via pin fall **½

    After the match, Morrus stands over O’Haire and is heard calling O’Haire a young punk who needs to learn to not mess with men out of his league.

    Backstage, Gene is standing with the recently returned Steven Regal. Regal tells Gene that he heard that Rick Steiner had been going around saying that he is the best WCW Television Champion of all time. Well, Regal took exception to that as he believes, actually, he knows he is the best WCW Television Champion. Regal issues a challenges Rick Steiner to prove himself.

    Commercials

    Match #2: Faces of Fear Vs Elik Skipper/Kid Romeo Non-Title

    This was simple. Skipper and Romeo never had a chance. Meng planted Romeo with a pile driver and Barbarian leaped off the top rope connecting with a flying head butt for the win.
    Winners: Faces of Fear via pin fall. *½

    Backstage, Shawn Stasiak is eating a salad without any dressing. Chuck Palumbo walks over and compliments Stasiak body, as if Stasiak didn’t know already that he his built. Palumbo has a salad just like Stasiak and now Stasiak is listening. Palumbo says that I believes that they are the future of WCW and they should team up and take WCW by storm. Stasiak thinks for a moment and says “ that would be perfect.”

    Commercials

    Match #3: Chris Kanyon Vs Kaz Hayashi

    Hayashi tried to use his speed and it worked early on taking Kanyon down with a spinning heel kick. Hayashi also nailed Kanyon with a slingshot DDT for a near fall. However, Hayashi went for a springboard cross body and Kanyon caught him and connected with a power slam. Kanyon connected with a double leg slam and then moments later his “That’s a wrap” for the win.
    Winner: Chris Kanyon via pin fall ***
    After the match, Kanyon celebrates as if it was a come from behind victory. Joey Matthews and some other stage crew guys lift Kanyon onto his shoulders as the crowd is laughing and at the same time booing at Kanyon.

    Terry Funk is standing in front of the a camera backstage, alone. Funk says that Norman Smiley got the best of him last time but that will not happen again. Funk announces that he has talked to Eric Bischoff and has gotten a rematch. He says he will take the Hardcore Title away from Norman Smiley on Thunder this coming week.

    Commercials

    Match #4: La Parka Vs Vampiro

    During this match, Crowbar is seen watching on a monitor in the back. Parka with a spinning wheel kick early on. Vampiro misses a clothesline and is taken down with a back drop. Parka heads to the top rope but Vampiro runs up and arm drags Parka off the top turnbuckle! Vampiro with a choke slam. Vampiro yells out to Crowbar to watch how its done. Vampiro scoops Parka up and connects with the Nail in the Coffin! Vampiro goes for the cover and picks up the win.
    Winner: Vampiro via pin fall **¼

    After the match, we see Crowbar in the back with a smirk on his face and is nodding his head as Vampiro taunts the crowd.

    A ad for WCW Souled out is shown.

    Commercials

    Tenay and Hudson hype up Souled Out and once they get to Raven/Bagwell they bring up how Bagwell will be competing next. They put over the war that Bagwell will be involved in when he competes against the deranged Raven in less than twenty four hours.

    Match #5: Buff Bagwell Vs Mark Jindrak

    Jindrak has a pose down with Bagwell. As Bagwell poses to the crowd, Jindrak attacks. Jindrak controls the early stages of the match with a nice float over scoop slam for a near fall. Jindrak even nails Bagwell with a double under hook power bomb for near fall. Jindrak makes a mistake by putting his head down too soon to allow Bagwell to connect with a swinging neck breaker. Bagwell delivers a boot and plants Jindrak with a double under hook DDT. Bagwell climbs to the top turnbuckle, leaps off and connects with the Buff Blockbuster to pick up the win.
    Winner: Buff Bagwell via pin fall **½
    Bagwell poses for the crowd as Tenay and Hudson tell everyone to order WCW Souled Out tomorrow night. Saturday

    Another ad for WCW Souled Out is shown as Saturday Night comes to a close.

    End of show.

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    World Championship Wrestling presents Souled Out 1-30-2000
    From: Cincinnati, OH

    Tony Schiavone and Bobby Heenan welcome everyone to WCW Souled Out. Tony puts over how this is perhaps the biggest WCW pay per view of all time. Heenan even jokingly says “until next month” where Tony simply ignores. Tony runs down the matches including Page/Douglas, Savage/Sid/Savage/Awesome, Booker T/Hall, Jarrett/Benoit, Sting/Nash, Goldberg/Piper and the main event, Flair/Steiner. Heenan mentions that Tony forgot about Raven/Bagwell and the fatal four way match for the Cruiserweight Title, which Tony says “good call Bobby”. Heenan, now on a roll proceeds to send it over to David Penzer for the first match of WCW Souled Out 2000!

    Match #1: Rey Mistero Jr. Vs Billy Kidman Vs Juventud Guerrera Vs Chavo Guerrero Jr. for the vacant WCW Cruiserweight Championship

    Two men start off in the ring, but who knows how long that will last. Kidman nails Juventud with a nice dropkick early on. Kidman scoop slams Juventud down and follows up with a springboard leg drop for a near fall. Juventud comes back with a wheelbarrow face buster on Kidman. Juvi sends Kidman into a corner and doesn’t realize that Chavo has sneaked in a tag. Juvi charges towards the corner and is met with a hard clothesline from Chavo. Chavo takes Juvi down with a saito suplex. Chavo sends Juvi into the ropes and connects with a tilt awhirl backbreaker. Chavo is taunting the crowd and is met with a springboard dropkick by Rey as he snuck in a tag. Kidman decides to enter and the match has turned into a all out war. Chavo rolls to the floor and is taken down when Juvi connects with a suicide dive through the middle rope to the floor! Rey wants to go for a double dive with Kidman and comes off the ropes but Kidman clotheslines him down. Kidman drops Rey with a brain buster and connects with a leg drop from the middle rope. Kidman nearly win the title. Juvi enters and plants Kidman with a tornado DDT followed by a moonsault for a near fall! Chavo takes Juvi down with a Gory Bomb for a near fall of his own. Chavo turns around and is taken down with a top rope cross body by Rey. Kidman foes for the BK Bomb on Rey but sees Juvi coming over and backdrops Juvi over the top to the floor. Chavo with a few uppercuts on Kidman and manages to spike him with a death valley driver. Chavo climbs to the top looking for a frog splash but Juvi crotches him on the top and connects with a super hurricanrana! Juvi with the Juvi Driver on Kidman and takes Rey off the apron with a springboard dropkick. Juvi climbs to the top and nails the 450 splash on Chavo! Juvi hooks the leg and manages to get the three!
    Winner and NEW WCW Cruiserweight Championship: Juventud Guerrera via pin fall ****
    After the match, Juventud Guerrera is handed the Cruiserweight Championship and overjoyed. Juvi proceeds to climb the turnbuckles and does a famous pose like a main event wrestler in the WWF. Eye brow and everything. Kidman, Rey and Chavo are seen disappointed with the outcome, all looking up to Juventud wishing it was them.

    Match #2: Raven Vs Buff Bagwell No Rules

    Raven walks down the aisle to a course of boos but isn’t able to reach the ring. That is because Bagwell runs from behind and nails Raven with a trash can. Bagwell throws Raven hard into the guard railing but Raven comes off and clotheslines Bagwell down. Raven with a Russian leg sweep into the guard railing! Raven goes underneath the ring and grabs two chairs, and a piece of plywood. Raven delivers a few boots on Bagwell and bridges the plywood on the two chairs. Bagwell manages to comeback by throwing a fans beer in Raven’s face. The fan wasn’t happy about that. Bagwell with a swinging neck breaker on the floor! Bagwell goes for the cover, but Raven kicks out quickly. Bagwell rams Raven head first into the announcers table. Bagwell grabs Penzer’s chair and begins to deliver a few shots to Raven’s back. Bagwell plays to the crowd and goes for another shot but Raven drop toe holds Bagwell face first into the chair. Raven pulls Bagwell up and connects with a pile driver onto the chair! Raven goes for the cover but Bagwell manages to kick out at two. Raven sends Bagwell into the ring and throws a chair in as well. Raven bridges the chair between the middle and top turnbuckle. Raven pulls Bagwell up and goes to throw Bagwell into the chair, but Bagwell reverses and throws Raven head first into the chair! Raven stumbles out and Bagwell plants Raven with a double arm DDT. Bagwell goes for the cover, and Raven kicks out at two. Raven rolls over to the apron and Bagwell follows him Bagwell pulls Raven up but Raven low blows Bagwell. Raven with a couple of right hands another low blow. Raven sets Bagwell up, leaps off the apron and connects with a DDT through the propped up plywood on the floor! After a few moments, Raven goes for the cover and gets the three!
    Winner: Raven via pin fall ***

    Both men are on the floor hurting for a few moments as EMTS come running down and bring them to the back. Tony puts over the fact that Bagwell could be seriously injured. Heenan reminds Tony that Raven is clearly in pain as well.

    Match #3: Scott Hall Vs Booker T

    Booker takes Hall down with a running forearm smash in the opening moments and continues to deliver several right hands. Hall avoids a leaping side kick and takes Booker down with a vertical suplex. Hall backs Booker against the ropes and goes for a clothesline but Booker backdrops Hall over the top, but Hall lands on the apron. Hall proceeds to yank Booker down throat first across the top rope. Hall continues his offense with three punches followed by a discus clothesline for a near fall. Hall with a back suplex as well. Hall proceeds to place Booker in a sleeper hold. After a few moments, Booker gets up and fights out of the hold. Booker comes off the ropes and avoids a clothesline and takes Hall down with a jumping high angle hook kick. Hall quickly gets up but is met with a flap jack. Hall is hunched over and Booker comes off the ropes looking for a scissors kick but Hall side steps and takes Booker down with a choke slam! Hall with the cover, but Booker kicks out. Hall with a neck breaker and places Booker on the top turnbuckle. Hall goes to the middle turnbuckle and manages to take Booker down with a belly to back superplex! Hall goes for the cover, but Booker again kicks out. Hall is standing on the middle turnbuckle awaiting Booker to get up and when Booker does get up, Hall leaps off looking for what appears to be a diving bulldog. However, Booker delivers a boot in midair and takes Hall down with the 110th Street Slam for a near fall! Booker comes off the ropes and connects with a knee drop. Booker proceeds to do the spinarooni. Hall gets up an d is met with a Harlem Sidekick and Hall stumbles backwards into a corner. Booker with the ten punch attack in the corner but Hall delivers a blow to Booker’s midsection. Booker is hunched on the middle turnbuckle and Hall goes behind him and goes for the Outsiders Edge. Hall has him up but Booker fights out, and Hall spins around into a boot to the midsection and Booker nails him with the scissors kick. Booker goes for the cover and picks up the win.
    Winner: Booker T via pin fall **½

    Booker T celebrates as Hall rolls to the floor holding his neck. Booker holds his hand up and says “that’s one down”. Tony wonders who else Booker is going after. Heenan has a feeling we will soon find out.

    Ad for WCW Super Brawl is shown. With the main event being Bret Hart defending the WCW World Heavyweight Championship against Goldberg inside CAGED HEAT.

    Tony hypes up Super Brawl saying that he can’t wait to see Hart/Goldberg in the Cage. Heenan says that Goldberg needs to get past Roddy Piper first. Tony agrees saying that Piper came here to fight.

    Match #4: Randy Savage/Mike Awesome Vs Hulk Hogan/Sid

    Savage wants Hogan, so Hogan naturally comes in. Savage with the early advantage with right hands, but Hogan doesn’t sell them. Hogan sends Savage into a corner and charges towards Savage connecting with a clothesline. Hogan ducks a clothesline and connects with a back suplex on Savage for a near fall. Savage comes back with a eye rake and scoop slams Hogan down. Savage comes off the ropes and connects with a jumping knee drop. Savage sends Hogan into his corner and tags in Awesome. Awesome with several shoulder blocks in the corner and takes Hogan down with a delayed vertical suplex. Awesome comes off the ropes and splashes down onto Hogan for a near fall. Awesome continues his simple offense, since Hogan never takes big bumps usually. Awesome tags in Savage who leaps off the top and connects with a double axe handle. Hogan is trying to tag in Sid, but Savage makes sure to stop him. Savage pulls Hogan up and signals for the pile driver but decides to taunt Sid. This allows Hogan to backdrop Savage. Hogan gets up and takes Savage down with several clotheslines. Hogan tags in Sid and Savage back peddles. Awesome wants the tag, but Savage doesn’t tag out. Savage inside charges towards Sid and is met with a big boot. Sid pulls Savage up and drops him down with a side slam. Sid goes for the cover, but only gets a two count. Awesome acts like he is going to enter, but Jimmy Hart tells him not too. Savage is crawling over looking for a tag but Awesome flips him off and stays on the floor. Sid and Hogan look confused but they don’t stop. Sid with a choke slam on Savage and proceeds to plant Savage with a sickening power bomb. Sid covers Savage and picks up the win.
    Winners: Hulk Hogan and Sid via pin fall **

    Hogan and Sid celebrate for a few moments and head to the backstage area. However, Awesome is still in the ring. Awesome rolls in and begins to yell at Savage saying “you didn’t listen to me and look at you”. Hart is seen on the floor grabbing a table and tosses it into the ring. Awesome sets it up and delivers a few boots to Savage. Awesome powers Savage up and drives him through the table! Awesome stands over Savage.

    Tony mentions that it turns out Savage couldn’t trust Awesome, something he didn’t expect to happen. Heenan hypes up Douglas/Page that is coming up next.

    Video promoting the feud between Douglas/Page is shown.

    Match #5: Diamond Dallas Page Vs Shane Douglas Falls Count Anywhere
    Page is the second man to enter and he runs down to the ring and begins to trade right hands with Douglas. Page manages to clothesline Douglas over the top to the floor. Page doesn’t stop and slingshots over the top rope and lands onto Douglas. Page mounts Douglas and delivers several more right hands. Page stands up and plays to the crowd. Douglas gets up and manages to pull Page head first into the ring steps. Douglas pulls Page up and delivers a back suplex on the floor! Douglas grabs a chair and begins to jab the chair into the mid section of Page numerous times. Douglas delivers a few shots to Page’s back as well. Douglas sends Page into the guard railing and proceeds to run towards Page. Page manages to backdrop Douglas over the railing into the crowd! Page rolls over the guard railing and delivers several right hands. They begin to brawl throughout the crowd and Page tells the fans to move out of the way. Page hip tosses Douglas onto several chairs! Page makes a pile of sorts with the chairs and connects with a swinging neck breaker onto the chairs! Page goes for the cover but Douglas kicks out. Douglas manages to stop Page by low blowing Page with a chair. Douglas gets up and spikes Page down with a single arm DDT onto the chairs. Douglas goes for the cover, but Page kicks out. Douglas pulls Page up and they begin to walk around the crowd with Douglas ramming Page through the doors and now into the backstage area. Douglas throws Page onto the concession table and hits Page with a cookie sheet. Page with a low blow of his own on Douglas to regain control. Page sends Douglas into some fencing in the back and takes Douglas down with a spine buster onto the floor. Page and Douglas eventually fight back to ringside and Page places Douglas on the announcers table. Page hopes onto the table as well and signals for the Diamond Cutter. Page has him set up but Douglas wiggles free. Page turns around and Douglas delivers a boot to the midsection and hooks Page up and connects with the Pittsburgh Plunge through the announcers table! Douglas goes for the cover and picks up the shocking win!
    Winner: Shane Douglas via pin fall ***¼
    After the match, Bam-Bam Bigelow and Chris Candido come down to help Douglas to backstage area. Douglas is barely able to raise his hand up in victory. Page eventually gets to his feet and he isn’t happy with the outcome. Page slowly makes his way to the backstage area.

    Tony and Bobby put over how impressive Douglas looked. Heenan wonders if perhaps Douglas is the better man, since he neither Bigelow or Candido got involved in the match. Tony says that Douglas may have won the battle, but he is sure that the war is far from being over with. Tony hypes up the United States Title match, which is coming up next!

    Match #6: © Jeff Jarrett Vs Chris Benoit WCW United States Championship
    Benoit and Jarrett have a stare down as the referee shows them the championship belt. Benoit blocks a right hand from Jarrett and delivers a few chops backing Jarrett into a corner. Benoit takes Jarrett down with a snap suplex out of the corner. Jarrett is taken down with a clothesline and rolls to the floor to slow things down. Jarrett steps back into the ring and Benoit continues his attack until he runs into a double boot in the corner. Jarrett comes out of the corner and spikes Benoit with a running bulldog for a near fall. Jarrett sends Benoit into the ropes and takes Benoit down with a spine buster. Jarrett goes to the middle turnbuckle and leaps off connecting with a fist drop for a near fall. Jarrett locks in a sleeper hold for a few moments. Benoit fights out and avoids a clothesline to take Jarrett down with three German suplex’s in a row. Benoit lifts Jarrett up and drives Jarrett down with a backbreaker. Benoit goes for the cross face but Jarrett rolls to the floor. Jarrett points to his head as if he is brilliant and when he turns around he is met with a suicide dive by Benoit! Benoit sends Jarrett back into the ring and goes to the top turnbuckle. Benoit leaps off and connects with a flying head butt. Benoit goes for the cover and at the count of two, the referee stops the count as he sees someone on the apron. This man is wearing a baseball cap and has long hair. Benoit gets up and begins to argue with the referee. This allows Jarrett to grab his championship and when Benoit turns around, Jarrett nails Benoit with the belt! The man on the apron drops down and the referee turns around to see Jarrett on top of Benoit. The referee drops down to make the count and Jarrett has just stolen a win here tonight.
    Winner and STILL WCW United States Champion: Jeff Jarrett via pin fall. ***
    After the match, the man who was on the apron rolls into the ring and begins to deliver a few boots to Chris Benoit. He shakes Jarrett’s hand and drops down onto the mat to taunt Benoit. The man proceeds to take of his hat, and it turns out that the hair was a wig. The camera zooms and it turns out to be….. LANCE STORM! Storm leaves with Jarrett and continues to taunt Benoit.

    Tony wonders why Lance Storm is here in WCW and why he has joined up with Jeff Jarrett. Heenan figures that Jarrett has gotten Storm to switch sides. He believes that Storm is no longer Canadian. Tony chuckles at that statement and sends it over to David Penzer for some more action.

    Match #7: Kevin Nash Vs Sting

    Sting begins to chop Nash down by working on Nash’s legs. Sting comes off the ropes but is taken down with a side slam. Nash clubs on Sting’s back and sends Sting into the corner. Nash with his usual taunt followed by a back elbow. Nash begins to choke Sting in the corner and the referee tries to pull him off and Nash begins to stalk the referee. Sting is on the middle rope and attempts a cross body but Nash catches Sting and slams him down. Nash pulls Sting up and begins to slap Sting and taunt him. Sting comes back with several right hands and backs Nash into a corner. Sting with several boots to Nash’s midsection before going to the center of the ring. Sting charges attempts for a Stinger Splash but Nash gets his boot up and Sting is holding his midsection. Nash nails Sting with a running knee to control Sting. Nash attempts a spinning crucifix toss, but Sting fights out and takes Nash down with a back suplex. Sting comes off the ropes but Nash plants Sting with a choke slam! Nash sends Sting into the corner and charges looking for a running knee, but Sting avoids it and Nash is in the corner holding his side. Sting climbs to the middle rope and connects with a Scorpion Death Drop! Sting goes for the cover and picks up the win!
    Winner: Sting via pin fall **¼
    After the match Nash tries to get revenge but Sting manages to clothesline Nash over the top to the floor. Nash is livid as Sting taunts him.

    A video promoting Goldberg/Piper is shown.

    Match #8: Goldberg Vs Roddy Piper

    Piper is standing in a corner and is dead serious. Goldberg is ready to maul Piper tonight. The bell sounds and Goldberg is stalking is prey. Piper tells Goldberg to bring it on. Goldberg doesn’t need to be told twice and begins to deliver several blows against the ropes Goldberg with a few knees as well and takes Piper over with a double under hook overhead suplex. Piper gets up from that and Goldberg scoop slams Piper down. Goldberg sends Piper into the corner and begins to deliver several rights to the midsection and nails Piper with a mule kick and Piper falls over the top to the floor. Goldberg follows Piper to the floor and viciously rams Piper numerous times into the ring steps. Piper is busted wide open. Goldberg throws Piper back into the ring and mounts Piper raining down several right hands. Goldberg smears Piper’s blood across his chest. Goldberg is enjoying this beating. Goldberg pulls Piper up and plants Piper with the Jackhammer! Goldberg acts like he is going to go for the pin, but stands up and tells the referee he isn’t done yet. Goldberg pulls Piper back up. Piper is barely able to stand up. Goldberg charges and spears Piper. Goldberg again picks Piper up and plants Piper with a second Jackhammer. Piper is hurting. Goldberg mounts Piper and delivers several vicious right hands and Piper isn’t moving. The referee is pleading with Goldberg to end it. Goldberg is ignoring the referee. The referee grabs one of Piper’s arms to check on him, and Piper’s arm drops three times. The referee calls for the bell.
    Winner: Goldberg via referee stoppage **

    After the match, Goldberg realizes the referee has ended the match and he isn’t happy. Goldberg goes to attack the referee, but the referee bails. However, while Goldberg has his back turned, Bret Hart has entered the ring and has a chair. Hart nails Goldberg with the chair and Goldberg falls to his knees. Hart continues the onslaught delivering several more vicious chair shots. Hart rolls Piper to the floor and helps Piper to the backstage area. Hart is taunting Goldberg who is sitting up in the corner with a smirk on his face.

    A video promoting the Ric Flair/Scott Steiner feud is shown.

    Match #9: Ric Flair Vs Scott Steiner

    The crowd has been waiting for this match all night. Steiner wants to talk some trash but Flair nails Steiner with a right hand and several chops. Steiner blocks a right hand and delivers a belly to belly suplex. Flair gets up and is relentless with the chops. Flair sends Steiner into the ropes and delivers a boot to Steiner’s leg. Flair lifts Steiner up and drops him down connecting with a shin breaker. Flair wants to go for the figure four but Steiner kicks him off. Steiner controls Flair with a gut wrench suplex and a clothesline to keep Flair down for a moment. Steiner rams Flair into the turnbuckle pad and places Flair on the middle turnbuckle. Steiner goes for a superplex but Flair bites his forehead and shoves him off. Flair leaps off the middle rope connecting with a knee drop. Flair takes Steiner down with a delayed vertical suplex as well and gets a near fall. Flair mounts Steiner and delivers a few right hands. Flair gets up and plays to the crowd. Steiner gets up Flair charges towards him but Steiner lifts Flair up and connects with a military press slam. Flair is holding his lower back in clear pain. Steiner sets up for and connects with a double under hook power bomb, but Flair kicks out at two. Steiner sends Flair into the ropes and connects with a fall away slam for another near fall. Steiner begins to do his pushup taunt. Steiner sends Flair into the ropes again, but misses a clothesline. Flair with a chop block on Steiner’s right leg. Flair begins to go to work on Steiner’s leg. Flair takes Steiner down with a delayed vertical suplex that took a lot out of Flair. Flair attempts the figure four again, but Steiner delivers a right hand and kicks Flair into the corner. Flair stumbles out of the corner, with his back to Steiner and Steiner sets Flair up for a German suplex and connects. Steiner mounts Flair’s back and delivers several stiff forearm shots to Flair’s neck and upper back. Steiner locks in the Steiner Recliner. Flair is refusing to give up as his face is turning red and even a shade of purple. A few moments into the move, Flair has clearly passed out and the referee calls for the bell.
    Winner: Scott Steiner via TKO ***
    After the match, Steiner keeps the hold on Flair for a few moments until Booker T and Sting run down. Steiner bails and taunts the crowd as Tony and Bobby are shocked that Steiner has just beat Ric Flair, like he said he would.

    Tony and Bobby thank everyone for tuning in to the show. They promote WCW Nitro tomorrow night and also mention WCW Super Brawl on February 20th!

    A video ad promoting WCW Super Brawl is shown to close the show.

    End of Show.

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    Re: WCW 2000: Re-booking a Disaster

    Good Pay-Per-View. I'll be honest, I didn't read the whole entire thing but I scanned through it pretty well. It's going to be kind of hard for me to regularly make comments on this because I'm not too familiar with WCW in like 1999/2000 so there's quite a few guys I have no idea who the hell they are, just saying.

    Also, I see on your first page that Bret Hart is World Champion and yet he's not in a match on the Pay-Per-View where generally world champions are in matches. Again, I'm not familiar with the current storylines so if you could comment back on that situation that would be good.

    Also, are you going to do what I do where you only have the roster and whatnot on the first page/first post and you will just edit it for changes or are you going to do what some other people do and that's make posts later in the thread with a whole 'nother post just like the first one on the first page when things change ?

    Overall good work.


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    Re: WCW 2000: Re-booking a Disaster

    Quote Originally Posted by Internet God View Post
    Good Pay-Per-View. I'll be honest, I didn't read the whole entire thing but I scanned through it pretty well. It's going to be kind of hard for me to regularly make comments on this because I'm not too familiar with WCW in like 1999/2000 so there's quite a few guys I have no idea who the hell they are, just saying.

    Also, I see on your first page that Bret Hart is World Champion and yet he's not in a match on the Pay-Per-View where generally world champions are in matches. Again, I'm not familiar with the current storylines so if you could comment back on that situation that would be good.

    Also, are you going to do what I do where you only have the roster and whatnot on the first page/first post and you will just edit it for changes or are you going to do what some other people do and that's make posts later in the thread with a whole 'nother post just like the first one on the first page when things change ?

    Overall good work.

    Regarding Bret Hart: Bret suffered in real life a career ending concussion at StarrCade against Goldberg. I had Bischoff do some undercover work and it was known that Hart was promoting the injury too much. Basically, i played the concussion as a injury, but only keeping him out of in ring action for a month or so. Come February he will be back in action as it will show once i get caught up in posting everything.

    Regarding Updates:
    That's actually a good idea. With the whole title changes and stuff. I'll do that in a few minutes, actually. For PPV's and stuff, i'll make a different post, again once i get caught up.

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    Re: WCW 2000: Re-booking a Disaster

    Quote Originally Posted by ChosenOne View Post
    Regarding Bret Hart: Bret suffered in real life a career ending concussion at StarrCade against Goldberg. I had Bischoff do some undercover work and it was known that Hart was promoting the injury too much. Basically, i played the concussion as a injury, but only keeping him out of in ring action for a month or so. Come February he will be back in action as it will show once i get caught up in posting everything.

    Regarding Updates:
    That's actually a good idea. With the whole title changes and stuff. I'll do that in a few minutes, actually. For PPV's and stuff, i'll make a different post, again once i get caught up.
    Yeah I knew about Bret Hart's real life injury at the end of 1999 but I wasn't sure if you were going to have him retire just like he did in real life, vacate the title or what. Since you started at the beginning of 2000 I just thought that maybe you were going to have him vacate the title like he did in real life but since you had him listed as champ on the first page I was a little confused with what you were doing but yeah thanks for clearing that up for me. Looking forward to his return to the ring!


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