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Old 01-24-2013, 06:26 AM   #15268 (permalink)
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@ Mighty Krang. Finlay is super. Matches with Benoit and Regal are his peak in terms of nasty and ungodly violence, but he's got a style that can work well with anyone and he's an underrated babyface whether he's portraying a more stereotypical comedy/sportsmanlike British babyface or a tough as nails babyface trying to overcome a vicious heel. The Callihan matches in 2011 and 2012 were the peak of his indy comeback but he had a number of gems in Britain and America/Europe. There's one match vs Dick Togo that will haunt me with it not turning up.

Agreed with Yeah1993 vis a vis the WCW list. Rude/Steamboat is far too low but at least its on there. Stuff like Mysterio/Ultimo feels like your typical crowd pleasing match even if it doesn't belong anywhere near that list. War Games 1992 being included is a nice touch, no Regal/Finlay, R n R Express/Midnight Express, Southern Boys/Midnight Express. The 2/22/92 8 man Worldwide tag was never going to be a match that would turn up on an 'official list', same with the 5/24/92 6 man featuring Steamboat/Rhodes/Koloff vs Arn/Eaton/Larry Z.

Here's my top 25 WCW matches from a poll I took part in last year:

Spoiler for The Countdown:


1.Ricky Steamboat vs Rick Rude, US Title, 30 Minute Ironman Match, Beach Blast 6/20/1992
2.Ric Flair vs Ricky Steamboat, NWA Heavyweight Championship, Clash Of The Champions VI 4/2/1989
3.Ric Flair vs Ricky Steamboat, Landover House Show, 3/18/1989
4.Sting/Koloff/Rhodes/Steamboat/Windham vs Anderson/Eaton/Zbyszko/Austin/Rude, WAR GAMES XXIII, Wrestlewar 5/17/1992
5.Ricky Steamboat/Dustin Rhodes vs Arn Anderson/Larry Zbyszko, Clash Of The Champions XVII 11/19/1991
6.Lord Steven Regal vs Fit Finlay, Uncensored 3/24/1996
7.Eddie Guerrero vs Rey Mysterio, Cruiserweight Championship vs Mask, Halloween Havoc 10/26/1997
8.Rock n Roll Express vs Midnight Express w/Jim Cornette, Wrestlewar 2/25/1990
9.Southern Boys vs Midnight Express w/Jim Cornette, Great American Bash 7/7/1990
10.Ric Flair vs Hulk Hogan, WCW Heavyweight Championship, Career vs Career, Steel Cage Match, Halloween Havoc 10/24/1994

11.Ric Flair vs Ricky Steamboat, NWA Heavyweight Championship, Chi Town Rumble 2/20/1989
12.Jake Roberts vs Dustin Rhodes, 9/26/1992
13.Steamboat/Rhodes/Koloff vs Anderson/Zbyszko/Eaton, Saturday Night 5/23/1992
14.Sting vs Vader, Leather Strap Match, Superbrawl III 2/12/1993
15.Ric Flair vs Terry Funk, WCW Heavyweight Championship, Great American Bash 7/23/1989
16.Ric Flair vs Vader, WCW Heavyweight Championship vs Career, Starrcade 12/27/1993
17.Lord Steven Regal vs Sting, Great American Bash 6/16/1996
18.Flair/Windham/Sid Vicious/Zbyszko vs Sting/Pillman/The Steiners, WAR GAMES XVIII, Wrestlewar 2/24/1991
19. Arn Anderson vs Dustin Rhodes, 1/4/1992
20.Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas vs Brian Pillman & Steve Austin, Starrcade 12/28/1992

21.Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham vs Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko, Superbrawl 2/29/1992
22.Rick Rude/Arn Anderson/Bobby Eaton/Larry Zbyszko vs Ricky Steamboat/Sting/Barry Windham/Dustin Rhodes, 2/22/1992
23.Sting vs Cactus Jack, Falls Count Anywhere, Beach Blast 6/20/1992
24.Hollywood Blondes vs Marcus Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio, World Wide 5/8/1993
25.Ric Flair vs Ricky Steamboat, WCW Heavyweight Championship, Saturday Night 5/14/1994


Said it before when discussing the Hardys, Jeff has the Morton/Steamboat connection and charisma that drives the fans into a frenzy and generates an atmosphere/reaction almost every time, but Matt is definitely closer to Morton/Steamboat in terms of mechanical babyface work and selling/timing/structuring his matches and comebacks.
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