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WCW: New Millennium/New Start

World Championship Wrestling 2000
WCW is in a world of turbulance. Since removing Eric Bischoff from the company's creative control back in September; replacing him with the team of Vince Russo and Ed Farara the company started to see an increase in horrendous storylines with knee jerk outcomes; a slump in ratings and a huge dive in ticket sales. With their biggest pay-per-view of the year upon them, the company needed to make a huge change in their product to turn things around and start the new millennium off right. Unfortunately things didn't go quite the way that Russo and WCW executives wanted it to go.

Starrcade 1999 Results:
Mamalukes def. Disco Inferno and Lash Laroux
WCW Cruiserweight Championship – Madusa def. Evan Karagis ©
WCW Hardcore Championship – Norman Smiley © def. Meng
Revolution (Shane Douglas, Dean Malenko, Perry Saturn, Asya def. Jim Duggan and Varsity Club (Kevin Sullivan, Mike Rotunda, Rick Steiner)
Vampiro def. Steve Williams
Vampiro def. Oklahoma
Creative Control and Curt Henning def. Harlem Heat and Midnight
Bunkhouse Brawl – Jeff Jarrett def. Dustin Rhodes
Crowbar on a Pole Match – Diamond Dallas Page def. David Flair
Sting def. Lex Luger
Powerbomb Match – Kevin Nash def. Sid Viscous
Ladder Match/WCW US Championship – Chris Benoit© def. Jeff Jarrett
No Disqualification Match/WCW Heavyweight Championship – Bret Hart © def. Bill Goldberg

Breaking News:
Less than 24 hours after what should have been WCW’s biggest pay-per-view of 1999, the Turner Executives announce that Vince Russo and Ed Farara have been removed from the company. WCW has found a replacement for the creative booking for WCW but has yet to reveal the name of the person now in charge.

WCW 2000 Roster
Management: TBD
Alex Wright
Bam Bam Bigelow
Big Vito
Billy Kidman
Booker T
Bret Hart
Brian Adams
Brian Knobs
Bryan Clarke
Buff Bagwell
Chavo Guerrero
Chris Benoit
Chris Kanyon
Curt Henning
David Flair
Dean Malenko
Diamond Dallas Page
Disco Inferno
Don Harris
Dustin Rhodes
Eddie Guerrero
Evan Karagias
Fit Finlay
Hugh Morrus
Hollywood Hulk Hogan
Jeff Jarrett
Jim Duggan
Johnny the Bully
Juventud Guerrera
Kevin Nash
Lash Laroux
Lex Luger
Norman Smiley
Perry Saturn
Macho Man Randy Savage
Rey Mysterio
Nature Boy Ric Flair
Ron Harris
Scott Hall
Scott Steiner
Shane Douglas
Shane Helms
Shannon Moore
Sid Viscous
Stevie Ray
The Cat

WCW World Heavyweight Champion – Bret Hart
WCW United States Champion – Chris Benoit
WCW Television Champion – Retired
WCW Cruiserweight Champion – Madusa
WCW Hardcore Champion – Screamin’ Norman Smiley
WCW World Tag Team Champions – Outsiders Scott Hall and Kevin Nash

Souled Out – January 16, 2000 – Firestar Center, Cincinnati Ohio
Superbrawl – February 20, 2000 – Cow Palace, San Francisco California
Uncensored – March 19, 2000 – American Airlines Arena, Miami Florida
Spring Stampede – April 16, 2000 – United Center, Chicago Illinos
Slamboree – May 7, 2000 – Kemper Arena, Kansas City Missouri
Great American Bash – June 11, 2000 – Baltimore Arena, Baltimore Maryland
Bash at the Beach – July 9, 2000 –Ocean Center, Daytona Beach Florida
New Blood Rising – August 13, 2000 – Pacific Coliseum, Vancover British Columbia
Fall Brawl – September 17, 2000 – HSBC Arena, Buffalo, New York
Halloween Havoc – October 29, 2000 – MGM Grand Garden Arena, Paradise Nevada
Mayhem – November 26, 2000 – Wisconsin Center Arena, Milwaukee Wisconsin
Starrcade – December 17, 2000 – MCI Center, Washington DC
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-04-2013, 11:38 AM
Asking JAMES ELLSWORTH for Wrestling Advice
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Re: WCW: New Millennium/New Start

This looks promising. There are so many things that could be done with WCW at this time since it's the start of a very rough downhill spiral. I thought I saw another thread similar to this get posted, but either way I am really looking forward to watching what you do with WCW.

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