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Old 08-26-2014, 03:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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13/09/99 -

World Championship Wrestling has released a statement today stating that WCW President, Eric Bischoff has been demoted from his position and has been removed immediately from his position on the booking committee. The on-screen product has been tedious and stale for some time now and the decision has been made that now is the time for change. Eric Bischoff was not available to comment on the press release.

23/09/99 -

Rumours are flying around regarding the situation within WCW and the current state of who will be leading World Championship Wrestling behind the scenes. Eric Bischoff has not been seen or heard from since he was ousted as WCW President. Several names have been discussed as being the new head of creative Kevin Nash, Terry Taylor, Ric Flair and even Hulk Hogan. The decision is still very much up in the air in regards to who will take charge but we could see the new direction of World Championship Wrestling sooner than you think.

11/10/99 -

The rumours circulating as of this morning are that WCW has come to an agreement with Vince Russo and Ed Ferrara of the WWF. These two writers are credited with the edgy 'Attitude Era' that is currently being seen on WWF screens. Vince Russo has been given a lot of credit internally for the rise of Stone Cold Steve Austin, Degeneration X as well as the rise of Mankind, The Rock among a host of others. The reason for the change you ask? Russo and Ferrara both requested pay rises due to the increase in work load that new show Smackdown has put on them. Vince McMahon has not made a decision whether new deals will be offered or whether the two writers will soon be jumping ship to the competition.

18/10/99 -

With WCW only six days away from Halloween Havoc an announcement has been made regarding the new creative team to take World Championship Wrestling forward. And to some it will come as a shock. Last week we announced that WCW were in discussions with Vince Russo and Ed Ferrara of the WWF, they were in discussions but the duo have agreed to re-sign new deals with the World Wrestling Federation.

So who does that leave to take the reigns of WCW, well it will be the team of Jerry Jarrett and John Laurinaitis. The two men were approached by WCW officials to bring a fresh and new look to the on-air product. John Laurinaitis who has been wrestling in Japan as Johnny Ace has decided to hang up his tights and is moving back to the U.S to take on a new role behind the camera. Laurinaitis has been helping to book shows for AJPW whilst on the Orient and WCW have seen something in him.

Jerry Jarrett is an experienced hand and has run/booked several promotions in the past including the USWA and WCCW. He has been in contact with several high up figures within WCW over the last few months and has been working in a consultant role which has seen him give his opinion on the direction of the company. Officials have said to have been impressed with Jarrett's approach and the ideas he has pitched.

The two men have now been given the task of turning around the fortunes of World Championship Wrestling and re-establishing the company as the number one wrestling company in the world. They have one Nitro and Thunder before we head to Halloween Havoc in six days. What can Jerry Jarrett and John Laurinaitis do to turn this sinking ship around? We will have to wait and find out...





I have fancied doing this time frame in WCW for some time now, I always thought this is a good challenge with an over-loaded roster. Early plans are in place for the next few Pay Per Views. Will get the roster and Nitro preview up in the coming days. Thanks for reading!
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Old 08-27-2014, 02:03 PM   #2 (permalink)
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just at a time when it all started to go wrong for WCW. Can you keep the glory days going. I will certainly be following bro.
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WCW Roster


Main Eventers

Bret 'The Hitman' Hart
Goldberg
'American Made' Hulk Hogan
'Big Sexy' Kevin Nash [Currently "Retired"]
'The Nature Boy' Ric Flair [Currently Inactive]
[WCW World Heavyweight Champion] Sting

Upper Midcard

'The Crippler' Chris Benoit
'The King of Badda Bing' Diamond Dallas Page [of Jersey Triad]
'The Total Package' Lex Luger
'Rowdy' Roddy Piper [Currently Inactive]
'Big Poppa Pump' Scott Steiner [Currently Injured]
'The Bad Guy' Scott Hall [Currently Inactive]
'The Macho Man' Randy Savage
[WCW United States Champion 'Psycho' Sid Vicious

Midcard

'Beast From the East' Bam Bam Bigelow [of Jersey Triad]
Barry Windham [of West Texas Rednecks]
Billy Kidman [of The Filthy Animals]
[WCW Tag Team Champion].Booker T
Brian Knobs [of The First Family]
Buff 'The Stuff' Bagwell
Chris Kanyon [of Jersey Triad]
Curt Hennig [of West Texas Rednecks]
David Flair
'The Iceman' Dean Malenko [of The Revolution]
[WCW Cruiserweight Champion] Disco Inferno
Eddy Guerrero [of The Filthy Animals]
Ernest 'The Cat' Miller [w/Sonny Onoo]
Fit Finlay [Currently Injured]
Hardcore Hak
Jim Duggan
Juventud Guerrera
Konnan [of The Filthy Animals]
Madusa
Lenny Lane
Norman Smiley
Perry Saturn [of The Revolution]
Rey Misterio Jr. [of The Filthy Animals]
[WCW Television Champion].'Dog Faced Gremlin' Rick Steiner
'The Franchise' Shane Douglas [of The Revolution]
Steven Regal
[WCW Tag Team Champion].Stevie Ray
The Disciple
Vampiro [of Dead Pool]
Wrath [Currently Injured]

Lower Midcard

Barry Darsow
Barry Horowitz
Berlyn
Bobby Duncum Jr. [of West Texas Rednecks]
Bobby Eaton
Brad Armstrong
Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Coach Buzz Stern
David Taylor
Erik Watts
Evan Karagias
Greg Valentine
Horace Hogan
Hugh Morrus [of The First Family]
Ice Train
Jerry Flynn [of The First Family]
Joe Gomez
Johnny Swinger
Kaz Hayashi
Kendall Windham [of West Texas Rednecks]
Kenny Kaos
KISS Demon
La Parka
Lodi
Meng
Mike Enos
Mikey Whipwreck
Prince Iaukea
Psychosis
Robbie Rage
Scott Armstrong
Scott Norton
Scotty Riggs
Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker
Shaggy 2 Dope [of Dead Pool]
Steve Armstrong
The Barbarian [of The First Family]
The Wall
Van Hammer
Vincent [of the West Texas Rednecks]
Violent J [of Dead Pool]

The Jobbers

Al Greene
Blitzkrieg
Bobby Blaze
Bull Payne
Chip Minton
El Dandy
Jeff Farmer
Jim Powers
Rick Fuller
Scott Putski
Silver King
Villano IV
Villano V

Tag teams and stables


The Dead Pool (Vampiro and the ICP (Shaggy 2 Dope & Violent J)
The Filthy Animals (Eddy Guerrero, Rey Misterio Jr, Konnan, Billy Kidman & Torrie Wilson)
The First Family (Brian Knobs, Jerry Flynn, The Barbarian, Hugh Morrus & Jimmy Hart)
German Connection (The Wall and Berlyn)
Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray)
Jersey Triad (DDP, Kanyon and Bam Bam Bigelow)
The Outsiders (Scott Hall & Kevin Nash)
The Revolution (The Franchise Shane Douglas, Perry Saturn, Dean Malenko and Asya)
The Villanos (Villano IV & Villano V)
West Texas Rednecks (Curt Hennig, Barry & Kendall Windham and Bobby Duncum Jr)

On air personalties

Arn Anderson [Currently Inactive]
'The American Dream' Dusty Rhodes [Currently Inactive]
'Mean' Gene Okerlund
J.J. Dillon [Chairman of Executive Committee]
'Mouth of the South' Jimmy Hart [w/Hugh Morrus, Brian Knobs, Jerry Flynn, & The Barbarian]
Kevin Sullivan [Currently Inactive]
Kimberly
Larry Zbyszko
Miss Elizabeth [Currently Inactive]
Sonny Onoo [w/Ernest Miller]
Torrie Wilson [w/The Filthy Animals]

Hall of Champions

WCW World Heavyweight Champion: Sting
WCW U.S Heavyweight Champion: Sid Vicious
WCW T.V Champion: Rick Steiner
WCW World Tag Team Champions: Harlem Heat
WCW Cruiserweight Champion: Disco Inferno




Preview for Monday Nitro October 18th 1999


With only six days left before WCW rolls in to Las Vegas, Nevada for Halloween Havoc, World Championship Wrestling comes live from Philadelphia, PA as they present three hours of non-stop action on Monday Nitro.

WCW World Heavyweight Champion Sting has been silent for nearly a month since he defeated Hulk Hogan at Fall Brawl. Sting's best friend Lex Luger had been stating for several weeks before Fall Brawl that Hulk Hogan had not changed and that he was not to be trusted. The WCW roster and fans have been waiting for Sting to speak for weeks now but the WCW Champion seems intent on keeping up his veil of silence. Will we see Sting finally come out and discuss why he assaulted Hulk Hogan with a baseball bat at the last pay per view?

Talking of Sting, what will Hulk Hogan have to say six days before he steps in to the ring to challenge for the WCW World Heavyweight Title? 'American Made' Hulk Hogan has requested time in the ring with Gene Okerlund on Monday night to discuss his up coming title match.

One half of the WCW World Tag Team Champions, Booker T of Harlem Heat will be taking on Rey Misterio Junior of the Filthy Animals one on one. Harlem Heat will meet Rey Misterio Jr and Konnan for the WCW Tag Titles in six days time. Which team will get the upper hand ahead of their title bout?

WCW U.S Heavyweight Champion 'Psycho' Sid Vicious has a major announcement regarding his match with Goldberg ahead of Halloween Havoc. Sid has promised that his statement on Nitro will shock the wrestling world to its core. What does the 'Master and Ruler' of the world have to say for himself?

All this and much more. The confirmed matches are shown below.


Matches set:

Booker T Vs Rey Misterio Jr

Bret 'The Hitman' Hart Vs Chris Kanyon

West Texas Rednecks (Barry & Kendall Windham) Vs The First Family (Hugh Morrus & Brian Knobs) with Jimmy Hart

Perry Saturn Vs Billy Kidman

Lash Leroux Vs Evan Karagias

Rick Steiner Vs Horace Hogan T.V Title



With only six days to build towards Halloween Havoc, I have decided to stick with the general direction/angles as they were on T.V at the time. After the Pay Per View I will look to make some changes and push WCW in a different direction.
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I really want to see how you will book the heel Sting and how you will book Hogan-Sting match at Hallowen Havoc. I hope you will push Scott Steiner because he is THE MAN.
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