If I really don't like someone, I call them a Tony Schiavone.---Ron Funches
Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Washington D.C.
Re: 1995: The year in prowrestling that sucked tremendously
Something tells me he scouted my posts, searching for that mistake.
The fact that I even know how to use a computer should already tell you I not what I'm saying but guilty of a simple typo, like so many other people. Everybody makes me mistakes, being dumb is different. And you are.....I'm not gonna go there, staying topic.
When you look at the year 1995, the entire business didn't suck, it was just the top 2 companies in America that where lacking and I think it was due to both trying to find their identity. WWE was still trying to match what they did with Hulkamania and overcome the steroid scandal, while WCW was just testing the waters because prior to the NWO, they were never really profitable.
As for the business as a whole, look where so many guys we view as legends were on the card. The talent was there, Bischoff & Vince didn't know how to properly utilize that talent. And for both, it arguably came when Hall & Nash went to WCW, as it started the NWO and left an opening for guys like Austin & HHH, mid card/opening match mainstays, to slowly rise on the card.