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Re: Never watched WCW, what year is good to start?

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Originally Posted by BigPawr View Post
86-90? psshhhh, early 90s were great, all the way up through Hogan debut, nWo take over, Crow Sting, and then finishing off with Goldberg run. After about year 99-2000 you can stop watching. Just make sure you watch the Last Nitro when Shane shows up and buys it in front of his Dad Vince, and the send off of Ric Flair and Sting's last appearance is pretty deep. "The only thing for sure about Sting...is nothing's for sure". Wrestling died for me on that night.
Damn it gonna be brutal to watch that..but yes gonna make that my last WCW.

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WCW 96 was a pivotal year in wrestling for obvious reasons, Nitro was good until around early 99 imo
For the good and bad infamous reasons I wanna watch Nitro.

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Originally Posted by radiatedrich View Post
1986 all the way up through 1998 was good to great. Early 1999 was somewhat entertaining as well, plus it includes the infamous Fingerpoke of Doom incident. I wouldn't recommend late 1999-2001; watch at your own discretion.
I always heard bad thing aabout thos elate years, gonna experience them a bit

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Originally Posted by Brodus Clay View Post
Probably Bray would slap you for saying that, fans this days have no fucking respect for the Undertaker.
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Originally Posted by Tyrion Lannister View Post
As they shouldn't, he hasn't earned it. He took a dump on the face of the best talent on the roster and said "fuck you, I don't have to do SHIT but show up and pin you after you carry the entire program". Disrespect begets disrespect. Undertaker is a selfish, arrogant, broken down old has been who can't give it up, who doesn't give one shit about the next generation of stars and helping the company that made him thrive. It's always all about him.
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