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Now bring in Samoa Joe to kill the backstabbers and win the belt.
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Now bring in Samoa Joe to kill the backstabbers and win the belt.
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September 26, 2001, Nitro Recap:


~In the opening match of the night, the cruiserweights gave an early preview of what to expect at Fall Brawl, as Billy Kidman and Shane Helms took on Rey Misterio Jr. and Super Crazy. The match was fast paced for the most part, only slowed down when Misterio was in the ring. The match was very solid, and ended with Billy Kidman pinning Super Crazy with a Shooting Star Press after Helms hit a Vertebreaker to Crazy, and Misterio walked out of the match. The match went a little over nine minutes long.

~After the match, Misterio cut a promo where he simply hyped up the match between him and Kidman at Fall Brawl. Rey promised victory, and that Misterio Jr. was the true filthy animal.

~It was time for the teams to be announced for the War Games. Ric Flair came out to the ring, along with Arn and Cal Anderson. Flair, as the team Captain, brought out Booker T and Sting, naming them to Team WCW. Before Ric Flair could announce the fourth and final member, the New World Order came out to the entrance stage. Bischoff mocked Flair, the rest of his team, and Hulk Hogan. Eric once again said that Hogan wasn’t going to stay loyal to WCW, and would turn to the nWo. Bischoff announced his War Games team; Curt Hennig, Jeff Jarrett, Mike Awesome, and Scott Steiner. Flair then announced Hulk Hogan was indeed the final member of Team WCW, angering Bischoff and the nWo. However, Bischoff got the last laugh of the evening. He reminded Booker T that he would be losing the WCW World Heavyweight Title to ‘Big Poppa Pump’ Scott Steiner tonight in the main event, and since Cal Anderson wasn’t good enough to be in the War Games, he’d be facing The Wall at the PPV. And as for tonight, Cal and Sting would team up to take on The Wall and the nWo’s Mike Awesome!

~In the second match of the evening, it was a preview of the WCW Tag Team Title match for Fall Brawl, as Bryan Clarke took on Buff Bagwell and Sean O’Haire. The match was slow and boring, with Bagwell ending up as the winner, pinning Bryan Clarke with the Buff Blockbuster after five minutes of action. Lex Luger aided his partner, pulling O’Haire out of the ring and brawling with him. However, after the match, Chuck Palumbo came down and aided his partner on the outside of the ring, while Brian Adams ran into the ring and ran off Buff Bagwell. Totally Buff retreated to the entrance ramp, while the Young Lions stood on the outside of the ring, and KroniK in the ring. The three teams stared another down to end the segment.

~In the tag match made earlier on in the night, Sting and Cal Anderson defeated The Wall and Mike Awesome in eight minutes. The match was a solid brawl, and Sting was the victory for his team, pinning Mike Awesome after a Stinger Splash and Scorpion Death Drop. Sting stood tall in the ring after the match, while Cal Anderson hit The Wall with the Anderson Spinebuster on the entrance ramp.

~Lance Storm came down to the ring and cut a promo on Hugh Morris, hyping his ‘American Brawl’ street fight for Fall Brawl. Storm promoted himself as a technical masterpiece in the ring, and is the best all-around wrestler in the world today. Storm said it was time to end this pitiful war between Canada and the USA, and that at Fall Brawl, Storm would beat Morris in his own match to prove Storm’s superiority. This brought out Hugh Morris from the crowd, who beat down on Lance Storm, and eventually hitting the No Laughing Matter moonsault. Morris stood tall over the fallen body of Lance Storm to end the segment.

~Scott Steiner was interviewed backstage by ‘Mean’ Gene Okerlund, where BPP hyped his main event match against Booker T for the WCW World Heavyweight Title. Steiner talked a bit about everything coming full circle since Steiner lost the belt to Booker T 6 months ago on this very date. But this time, half a year later, Steiner would be winning the World Heavyweight Title. So holla… if ya hear him!

~In the main event, Booker T defeated Scott Steiner in nine minutes by disqualification when Jeff Jarrett broke a guitar over the head of Booker, followed by Curt Hennig, Mike Awesome, and Eric Bischoff jumping in to start a 5-on-1 assault. The match was mediocre at best, and more of a brawl. Steiner looked to be on the verge of winning the match after hitting Booker with a vicious overhead belly-to-belly suplex, and was about to lock in the Steiner Recliner, but Jarrett entered the ring on ‘Bischoff’s orders’ and broke the guitar over Booker’s head. Steiner and Jarrett exchanged glares before they both assaulted Booker T.

~As the New World Order assaulted Booker T, ‘The New Enforcer’ Cal Anderson and Sting rushed down the ring to try and save Booker T. The duo put up a valiant effort, along with Booker. However, The Wall came out through the crowd, and attacked Cal from behind, while the nWo made easy pickings of Sting and Booker T. All three men were soon taken out, and the spray cans were brought out…

~…As ‘Sprach Zarathustra’ hit, bringing out ‘The Nature Boy’ Ric Flair. Flair marched down the entrance ramp, and once he got to the end of the ramp, his music cut out, and was replaced by the sounds of Jimi Hendrix’s ‘Voodoo Child’, bringing out the returning Hulk Hogan to a thunderous ovation. Hogan marched down the entrance ramp, and he and Flair entered the ring together. The nWo wanted no part of Hogan, and fled the ring before any punches were thrown. Bischoff smirked at Hogan, shouting out ‘nWo For Life’ leading to Hogan giving Bischoff a small smirk before turning his focus to the ring, and celebrating with Flair, Booker T, Sting, Cal Anderson, and then Arn Anderson too, which is how Nitro ended… the faces celebrating.

Final Fall Brawl Card:


WCW World Heavyweight Title
War Games Match
Team WCW (Booker T ©, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, & Sting) vs. nWo (Curt Hennig, Jeff Jarrett, Mike Awesome, & Scott Steiner)


WCW North American Title
American Brawl Match
Lance Storm © vs. Hugh Morris


WCW Tag Team Titles
Triangle Match
KroniK © vs. Totally Buff vs. Young Lions


WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Singles Match
Shane Helms © vs. Super Crazy


Grudge Match
Singles Match
Billy Kidman vs. Rey Misterio Jr.


Grudge Match
Singles Match
Cal Anderson vs. The Wall
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WCW World Heavyweight Title
War Games Match
Team WCW (Booker T ©, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, & Sting) vs. nWo (Curt Hennig, Jeff Jarrett, Mike Awesome, & Scott Steiner)

WCW North American Title
American Brawl Match
Lance Storm © vs. Hugh Morris

WCW Tag Team Titles
Triangle Match
KroniK © vs. Totally Buff vs. Young Lions

WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Singles Match
Shane Helms © vs. Super Crazy

Grudge Match
Singles Match
Billy Kidman vs. Rey Misterio Jr.

Grudge Match
Singles Match
Cal Anderson vs. The Wall
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WCW World Heavyweight Title
War Games Match
Team WCW (Booker T ©, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, & Sting) vs. nWo (Curt Hennig, Jeff Jarrett, Mike Awesome, & Scott Steiner)

WCW North American Title
American Brawl Match
Lance Storm © vs. Hugh Morris

WCW Tag Team Titles
Triangle Match
KroniK © vs. Totally Buff vs. Young Lions

WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Singles Match
Shane Helms © vs. Super Crazy

Grudge Match
Singles Match
Billy Kidman vs. Rey Misterio Jr.

Grudge Match
Singles Match
Cal Anderson vs. The Wall
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WCW World Heavyweight Title
War Games Match
Team WCW (Booker T ©, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, & Sting) vs. nWo (Curt Hennig, Jeff Jarrett, Mike Awesome, & Scott Steiner)

WCW North American Title
American Brawl Match
Lance Storm © vs. Hugh Morris

WCW Tag Team Titles
Triangle Match
KroniK © vs. Totally Buff vs. Young Lions

WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Singles Match
Shane Helms © vs. Super Crazy

Grudge Match
Singles Match
Billy Kidman vs. Rey Misterio Jr.

Grudge Match
Singles Match
Cal Anderson vs. The Wall

BTW, awesome segment. I see Bischoff using his backstage drama on Flair as well and Jarrett, he may quit.
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WCW World Heavyweight Title
War Games Match
Team WCW (Booker T ©, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, & Sting) vs. nWo (Curt Hennig, Jeff Jarrett, Mike Awesome, & Scott Steiner)

WCW North American Title
American Brawl Match
Lance Storm © vs. Hugh Morris

WCW Tag Team Titles
Triangle Match
KroniK © vs. Totally Buff vs. Young Lions

WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Singles Match
Shane Helms © vs. Super Crazy

Grudge Match
Singles Match
Billy Kidman vs. Rey Misterio Jr.

Grudge Match
Singles Match
Cal Anderson vs. The Wall
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Final Fall Brawl Card:


WCW World Heavyweight Title
War Games Match
Team WCW (Booker T ©, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, & Sting) vs. nWo (Curt Hennig, Jeff Jarrett, Mike Awesome, & Scott Steiner)

WCW North American Title
American Brawl Match
Lance Storm © vs. Hugh Morris

WCW Tag Team Titles
Triangle Match
KroniK © vs. Totally Buff vs. Young Lions

WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Singles Match
Shane Helms © vs. Super Crazy

Grudge Match
Singles Match
Billy Kidman vs. Rey Misterio Jr.

Grudge Match
Singles Match
Cal Anderson vs. The Wall
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Fall Brawl Recap:


~In the opening match, ‘Sugar’ Shane Helms defended the WCW Cruiserweight Championship against ‘The Insane Luchador’ Super Crazy. The two put on a stellar match-up, wrestling for eleven minutes. Crazy put on a splendid aerial display, while Helms countered it with a strong case of technical wizardry. The match was spotty, and the crowd was getting into the match, with Crazy eventually winning the crowd over after running along the top of the steel barricade, jumping off, and hitting Helms with a dragonrana. As Crazy started to become the crowd favorite, Helms started to lose his cool, and almost lost the match due to his frustration. However, Helms was able to hit a quick counter out of nowhere, and hit a running Vertebreaker to get the successful title retention.

~In the boring match of the night, the Young Lions won the WCW Tag Team Championship against KroniK and Totally Buff. The stinker of a match went seven minutes long, and Totally Buff were the reason for the match sucking, botching moves and no-selling everything. KroniK were dominant throughout the match but Sean O’Haire took them both out of commission late in the match by clotheslining them over the top rope to the outside. Lex Luger ate a power bomb from O’Haire, and the young lion then hit a tope con hilo over the top rope to the outside, taking out KroniK. One Jungle Kick later from Palumbo to Bagwell, and we had new WCW Tag Team Champions.

~Cameras rushed around backstage, receiving a hot tip something had gone down in Hulk Hogan’s locker room. As the cameras got into the locker room, there lay Hulk Hogan, down and unconscious, the shards of a broken table surrounding him. If it wasn’t obvious enough who attacked Hogan, an nWo tank top was lying on the floor by Hogan. The question now aroused… would Hogan compete in the War Games, and if not, would WCW be allowed to replace him?

~In a surprisingly good match-up, Cal Anderson defeated The Wall in eight minutes with the Anderson Spinebuster. The two put on a heavy hitting brawl, and Anderson also showed he can work a mat-game too in the match. The Wall almost put The New Enforcer away with a Chokeslam, but Cal is a resilient guy, and fought back. Minutes later, the Anderson Spinebuster was hit, and Cal remained undefeated in WCW.

~Backstage, Team WCW met in Ric Flair’s locker room, where they were updated about the condition of Hulk Hogan. Apparently, he suffered a concussion, and possible knee damage… he’s not going to be able to compete in the War Games, no matter how Immortal he is. Cal Anderson then came into the locker room, and volunteered himself to take Hogan’s place. He wasn’t the only man to do so however. Alex Wright, Disco Inferno, Konnan, the Young Lions, and Shane Helms also offered to take Hogan’s place.

~In the ‘American Brawl’ street fight, Lance Storm once again defeated Hugh Morris to retain the North American Title. The match went twelve minutes long, and featured some hardcore spots, although the two seemed to be holding back a bit still. Steel chairs, biscuit pans, trash cans and its lids, ladders, and tables were used throughout the match, and at one point, it seemed Hugh would get the victory after hitting a No Laughing Matter through a table. However, later on, with Morris on the inside of the ring, laid out, Lance Storm was on the outside of the ring. Storm ran and hopped onto the apron, spring boarded onto the third rope, and then onto the ladder, his hands landing on the top of the ladder, and his legs three rungs from the top. The sudden impact of Storm on the ladder resulted in the 12-foot ladder falling forward, crashing on the prone body of Hugh Morris! Storm hopped off in time, escaping any pain. A steel-chair assisted leg drop from the top turnbuckle then finished off Morris for the victory.

~Eric Bischoff was backstage and announced that Team WCW could not have a replacement for Hulk Hogan, and if he was too hurt to compete in the War Games tonight, then so be it. It isn’t Bischoff’s fault that no one likes Hogan and wants to see him hurt, so deal with it.

~In the last match before the War Games, Billy Kidman and Rey Misterio Jr. put on a great fifteen minute contest. Both men exchanged stiff shots, worked a great mat assault on each other, and took to the air, trying to defeat their opponent by any means necessary. Misterio tried to keep the pace of the match as slow as he could, working over Kidman, but Billy hit dive after dive and hurricanrana’s on Misterio to get the crowd behind him. Misterio scored almost scored the win with a Frankensteiner, as well as a Dragonrana. The same could be said for Kidman with a Shooting Star Press, and a Kidman Driver. In the end, Kidman was set to hit Misterio with the Kidman Bomb to finish him off, but Rey quickly escaped the potential finisher, and left the ring. Misterio said he had enough of Kidman and the match, and walked up the aisle, losing the match by count-out. Afterwards, Kidman promised it wasn’t over between him and Rey, while the crowd booed the lackluster ending.

~An ambulance left the Phillips Arena, and it was said Hulk Hogan was in the ambulance… sucks for Team WCW.

~In the 4 on 4 War Games match, Team WCW took on Team nWo. However, the match was mainly 3 on 4, not 4 on 4 since Hogan was taken out earlier in the night. The nWo won the coin toss earlier in the night we were told, and the starting participants were Curt Hennig for the nWo, and Booker T. The following entrants were Scott Steiner, Sting, Mike Awesome, Ric Flair, and finally, Jeff Jarrett. WCW put up a hell of a fight, but the New World Order always had the number’s advantage. After over 25 minutes of action, all was lost for Team WCW it seemed. The 4 nWo members had Booker T, Ric Flair, and Sting down and out in ring one. Jeff Jarrett was set to apply the Figure Four to Booker T when ‘Voodoo Child’ filled the speakers, sending the Atlanta crowd into a huge frenzy. After a few moments Hulk Hogan limped out to the ring in a yell Hulkamania t-shirt, and entered ring one. The nWo all chased into ring two, while Hogan stood tall in ring one. Hogan pointed his finger at the nWo, only to turn and Leg Drop Booker T! Hogan got up, and Leg Dropped Ric Flair! Just to finish off the job, Hogan gave Sting the Leg Drop too. The 4 nWo members got back into ring one and celebrated with Hogan, who ripped off his Hulkamania shirt to reveal the nWo tank top that was in his locker room earlier on. Jeff Jarrett then applied the Figure Four Leg Lock to Ric Flair, and since Flair was ‘knocked out’ the referee stopped the match, awarding the victory to Jeff Jarrett and the New World Order, making Jarrett the new WCW World Heavyweight Champion. As the show ended, Eric Bischoff came out to the ring and celebrated with the New World Order, although he didn’t seem to be too thrilled… I wonder why…
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Nice PPV, it was a bit low on matches and nothing to unexpected happened since you pretty much spoiled everything with your World Cup promo but still, the Hogan turn was a nice swerve in the WCW/NWO storyline. I'm a bit surprised with the Mysterio/Kidman ending. I really thought Kidman was gonna be jobbed out to Mysterio but you're keeping the feud going for some reason. Let's see how it continue's then.

Hope you get the next Nitro up soon buddy, cheers.
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