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Old 05-22-2012, 11:08 PM   #2582 (permalink)
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Could anyone recommend a few Great Muta matches to look out for?
I agree with Cal that Mutoh isn't good (never has been, really), but some of his US stuff is worth watching:

-v Flair (11/18/89)- Shortish fun TV match, and it's Ric Flair in 1989. So yeah.
-w/Slater v Flair/Sting (Clash VIII)- My favourite Mutoh/Muta match ever. Flair in 1989 again (so yeah), and this is a really, really great tag that's fun as hell. Everyone should watch this.
-Cal mentioned the Arn match; it's great, yeah. Definitely the best Mutoh singles in the US.
-v Sting 3/9/89- I was surprised by how much I liked this. That's all I have to say.
-v Sting (GAB 89)- Don't like this as much as the other, but it's good fun.
-How many matches does he have at Starrcade 89? One v Flair and one v Sting? I remember all of the Flair/Sting/Muta combo matches at 'cade that year being OK, however many there were.
-You might like the Halloween Havoc 89 Thunder Cage or w/e bullshit it was. Flair/Sting v Funk/Muta (I think?). I thought it was good for a match with such a dumbass stip.
-He has a half hour draw or something v Brad Armstrong (from WCW Saturday Night, 5/30/92). 30 minutes of Muta is way more than I can handle, so I haven't watched it yet, but if you like Muta you'll want to see it. Gets good feedback from people who have opposing Muta views to me.
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Forgot about this in my earlier post....

Thoughts on the COTC I Flair vs Sting match ? What would you guys give it from a stars perspective ?
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i'm gonna try to start a subtopic with in the thread. List your WWE DVD collection.
Now Way Out 2004 - Main Event Brock Lesnar V Eddie Guerrero
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Armageddon 2002- Shawn Michaels V Triple H 2/3 Falls
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Does anyone else think we should add the Money in the bank ppv to the BIG 4? I mean, its only been around for 2 years now, but it is already bigger then Survivor Series.

For the past 2 years we have seen all 4 money in the bank winners go on to cash in their briefcases and become new World/WWE champions. It basically creates new main eventers and shows us who will be our champion in a little while. Not only that, but last years ppv also had one of the greatest matches of all time.

I would rank them like this.

1. Wrestlemania - Its wrestlemania. Enough said

2. Summerslam - They try making this big every year. Last year had Punk/Cena in a rematch of their classic MITB match. The year before had Nexus/WWE, which was a huge match. The year before had Orton/Cena and Hardy/Punk TLC. The year before had Edge/Taker HIAC. The year before had the returns of HHH and Mysterio. The year before had Orton/Hogan, and before that HBK/Hogan. I think you get the point.

3. Money in the bank - Basicaly gives us the next world/wwe champions. Every year we get two really fun MITB matches, and a WWE title match, and a world title match. This ppv for the past two years has been full of quality matches and has given us main eventers such as Daniel Bryan, CM Punk, The Miz, Del Rio.

4. Royal Rumble - Used to set up a world title match, or a WWE title match for WRestlemania. Other then that the ppv never has much more to offer, and even the reward for the winer of the Royal Rumble has lost some value since they dont get to main event Wrestlemania anymore.

5. Survivor Series - One of the big 5 only because of its long history. It has lost almost all of its value. The main attractions are the elimination tag matches, and we have not gotten one that actually matters since 2005. Its always a match that is thrown together last minute for the past few years. Sure last year's had Cena/Rock vs Miz/Truth, but other than that, the entire ppv does not have much build up anymore.
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The Spectacle, The War, and The Clinic.


The Spectacle

The Undertaker vs. Triple H inside Hell In A Cell for the Streak with Shawn Michaels as Special Guest Referee
The Build:
It has been nearly a year since HHH and Undertaker fought at Wrestlemania and it's a hard match to forget. Why? Because Triple H beat Undertaker's ass bad. Real bad. In fact so bad that even though Taker had emerged the winner, he couldn't stand or show up every since. Now times have certainly changed from that moment. New champions have been crowned, stars have risen as well fallen, and there was a new order of power. Triple H had become that man of power. For a wrestler that motto is "just business", his job had became to preserve the business. Clearing up the wrongs and succeeding with the rights is all Triple H had cared about now. Whether it was taking care of high profile stars or cutting ties with those that were a danger to them, it was all about the game and how to take care of it. This was until Taker had returned from after a near year absence. In a rare moment, Undertaker challenged Triple H instead of the other way around but it only got shot down. Triple H didn't care anymore to compete and felt it wasn't his place to destroy something that was precious to WWE. Undertaker would not have it. Unlike Mania's previous to his encounter with Triple H, Undertaker was slaughtered. He was humbled and beaten nearly to death. Hunter had outed him in every possible way one could imagine. He out striked him, he survived the bomb throwing, and even though Taker had won, Triple H could walk away when the Deadman couldn't even make it to his feet. Mania matches were always competitive for the Phenom but that match had left a mark that would stain his career over the passage of time if he did not remedy the situation.

Undertake threw insult after insult at Triple H and Helmsley's best friend in Shawn Michaels even couldn't believe the Game wouldn't bite the bait. Then when all seemed faint and that the Deadman would never get his chance at redemption, he said the magic words that have forever burned a hole in Triple H's soul. "Shawn Michaels was always better than you". That combination of words turned business into personal for HHH. He has cut ties with friends over the thought of it. In 2002, Triple H attempted to destroy Shawn Michaels and bury his career before it had risen back up just because he THOUGHT it. The war had raged on between the two before Triple had ended it in 2004 in, oddly enough, the Hell In A Cell structure. Triple H had taken the role of a business man because there was nothing else for him to do. He had become one of the few Grandslam champions in the WWE, beaten every big name in the WWE(Including the Undertaker), was "The Man" for many years, and his name was affiliated with World Champion. Maybe it all was because of personal success or maybe because he wanted to prove a point. No one was better than him, no one will ever be better than him, and certainly was not the guy he carried for many years on his back that wasn't nearly as accomplished as him. Even if you had not worked for it, this was the straw that would break the Camel's back.

Triple had accepted but only under his condition, Hell In A Cell. A match that was famed by Shawn Michaels's and Undertaker rivalry. A match that The Undertaker's name would become synonymous.....a match that Triple H's name became feared with. Out of 24 Hell in a cell matches, Triple H had been involved him in eight of them. Out of those eight, Triple H had five single matches. Out of those five single matches, Triple H had only lost one. It was his match. The match where whatever remorse he had was left at the door of the Cell and the match where he had ended wars. While it was known as the Devil's playground, it was Triple H's Game. In a another shocking turn of events, Shawn Michaels was named the guest referee. Shawn Michaels has history with Triple H but he also had tales with The Phenom. Shawn Michaels was always the ultimate little man to Undertaker's big man. HBK had defeated Deadman on several occasions but when it was for everything Taker had worked for, Shawn couldn't obtain that legendary achievement that others before him had failed to do. It will always be remembered as some of Shawn's greatest career matches but also be remembered as the reason Shawn's career ended. To say The Showstopper hadn't forgotten it would be a understatement.

However, green was not only the DX color but may be what Michael's were to represent if Triple H had accomplished what HBK was unable to do. Would Michaels be fair? Would Triple H strike down the beast? Would Undertaker finally get the victory that should of been his last year?

The Match:

What makes this match special is that everything comes off as a big deal. Triple H's entrance all the way to Taker's walk to the ring. What may be a hidden highlight or brushed off by some people is Triple H's reaction when the Undertaker reveals his shaved off head. Undertaker never once shown it previous to this match and acting in kayfabe, it would be quite astonishing to see Undertaker's head absent of hair considering his whole career his hair had been quite punctual. Had HHH's devastation of this man truly eat away at The Undertaker that much? The question was answered not verbally but visually. Both men stare each other down before acknowledging the stage that had help them define their career. The stage where Undertaker presented the Cell as no man's land......and the stage where Triple H had presented the cell as His land. The match starts off very similar to last year. No tie up, no getting inside your opponents head with mind games, or anything all that would crawl around the point. The match was a battle and it was going to start off as a battle. Both guys trading blows but unlike last year, Triple H doesn't get the advantage.

The Undertaker is a different Undertaker from last year. This Undertaker isn't here to prove it isn't his time yet....he's here to prove that he will always be the dog of this yard. The beginning of this match is mostly Undertaker showing that he can still be dominant and that he can still be the man. How does he prove that? By beating Triple H's ass around the cell for about 5 minutes I believe. Triple H's tries to come back with his knee face crusher but that immediately gets eaten up by The Undertaker and gives him a clothesline for his troubles. Triple H, at this point, hasn't even gotten the chance to dictate his own offense or workout his plans. After tasting the steel steps, Triple H finally gets a chance to catch a breather and think of his next move. Triple H's next move turns out to be Pedigreeing Undertaker onto those steel steps the Deadman had been planning to use. A little extreme but understandable. Unfortunately for Triple H, Taker has still has enough juice to fight off the Pedigree and give a ode to last year by back body dropping him off of something that elevates them both. The Phenom then decides that HHH hasn't had enough of that fist salad and proceeds to continue to punch Triple H until he gets that lovely thing we like to refer in wrestling as being "Busted open the hardway". How does Triple H repay him? By giving the Undertaker a Spinebuster onto the steel steps!

At this point, that is as good as HHH can get as far as getting his foot back in the door. Taker busts out that desperation move that helped him achieve victory last year in the Hells Gate and he gets it locked in tight on HHH. However, Triple H has the best fucking counter for it(As well as the most ballsy) by powerbombing the fuck out of Undertaker. It gets him a two count but this is when the match gets great. Remember when The Game tried to pedigree The Deadman onto the steel steps and that was AFTER his first real offensive move in the match? You do? Well here is what it preluded to or should I say, what it was suppose to tell you was this: Triple H isn't fucking around. After Triple H's extremely nice way of telling the Undertaker to go fuck himself for using the Hells Gate on him, he goes outside with urgency and grabs two steel chairs. If this was a movie, Undertaker would be Tobi and the scene would be if Tobi thought it was a good idea to start calling himself Kunte Kinte again. If you don't get it, Triple H is about to make Undertaker relieve every moment of that ass whipping he received last year including a few extra new scenes JUST because he(Taker) loved it so much.


What makes this so great is that this is exactly what Triple H was talking about when he said he knew what he needed to do. Triple H has threw less at Taker and beat him at lesser stages but when he threw it all at him on a bigger stage, he lost. That is what caused him or causing him to realize that he has to bring it at a higher level than he has for anyone else and unfortunately for Taker that level is murderer. The Game smacks him with chairs, slams his head into the steel steps, and goes above the Austin limit of destroying people with chairs by trying to eradicate Undertaker with about 19 or 20 steel chair shots. Even the crowd finds themselves booing this near heelish actions. During this beatdown(If we can call it that. At this point it might as well be attempted murder by the way HHH is trying to turn Taker's spine to jelly.), we see Triple H's use of Shawn Michaels.


Now during Triple H/Undertaker's build last year, Triple H straight up told HBK that he(Shawn) had gone full bitch and lacked the ability to not care about if his opponent is able to wake up the next day. You see, Shawn is the Yin while Triple H is the brutal Yang. Michaels is a christian who will not do to others what he wouldn't do to himself(Like kill his best friend) and at most, fights in the name of competition. Triple H isn't that. He will do onto others however the hell his feels like and fights to win.......whatever the means. There was a point that a guy he had mentored for 2 years and really created a strong bond with, he nearly got him hit by a car. Why? Only because there had been rumors of the man(His friend) contending for his champiionship. Triple H could give less of a fuck about his adversaries and even his friends have felt that wrath at some point. So Triple H being the Yang to Michaels's Yin nearly played a part in Undertaker's defeat.

See whether or not Shawn Michaels called the fight, Triple H was going to do this to the Undertaker. Due to the circumstances though, Michaels was a asset to Triple H tainting the streak. HBK has had many of injuries in his career and he knows first hand what kind of pain wrestlers go through. So to see what Triple H is doing to Undertaker is something that needs to stop. What HHH knows is that if Shawn does call it, that's a win for him. So while destroying the Undertaker, HHH can manipulate HBK's emotions to give him the victory and that is all achieved by what Triple H does best, put people as potential candidates for the ER. Brilliant and I mean Brilliant storytelling by all three guys.


So Triple H doesn't get the pin after beating Taker to near death with a chair so he smacks the Deadman(Soon to be literally) in the spine with one more chair shot for good measure before grabbing Mr. Hammer. The same Sledgehammer that didn't get to touch Undertaker's skull last year and became the "what if" scenario. Hunter tells the Sexy Boy one more time he better call the match or we are going to see Taker became a retard in the next couple seconds. Taker of course tells Michael no for the 15th time while sounding about as confident as a Drunk man denying himself the pleasure of fucking Kim Kardishan as she stands naked in front of him. Then WHAM! Triple H hits him with the Sledgehammer as the crowd buy it, the commentators seem to buy it, and as I buy it as well.

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Taker KICKS OUT! Triple H can't believe it and now I'm starting to forget this is Triple H's workover section. Hurst gets pissed and now he is on full murderer stage as a he attempts to Gallagher Undertaker. Luckily for Taker(And all the kids who don't watch Saw movies), HBK grabs that shit out of HHH's hand and throws it out of the ring. Helmsely tells him to end it and at this point, Shawn is in a pickle. He respects the Undertaker and understands his streak means everything to him but his best friend almost committed homicide on live PPV. Checks on Taker once.....twice....three times which is enough for Taker to realize at this point, HBK is a liability and takes him out himself Hell's Gate. Of course Triple H breaks this up in the most brutal way possible(With the Sledgehammer) and moves his friend out of way so he doesn't get any of Taker's guts on that nice referee shirt. To bad for him(Hunter) that this was enough time for The Phenom to realize kicking HHH in the dick wouldn't exactly be looked down upon at this point and proceeds to drive his foot into the King Of King's jewelry. Now he definitely won't be having any boys soon!

Locks HHH in the Hells Gate and doesn't get power bombed this time due to the tactical strike to the nut sack. Game goes to Sledgy to get him out of this predicament and like Last Year, he doesn't have the power to will it into one of Taker's organs. Well this moment would tell you it is a foregone conclusion.....or at least it would be had HBK not been sleeping on the canvas. They of course send the marathon runner, Charles Robinson, to call this match now and I don't know if they did this on purpose or not but Robinson being the replacement for Undertaker's referee's has to more than coincidence. Whatever. Undertaker catches Triple H in the chokeslam and gets a great fucking 2.99999 out of it. You want to know what makes that fall the shit and a totally believable nearfall even though Undertaker's chokeslam hasn't beaten a turd? The whole business beforehand with the Hell's Gate and a near unconscious man being hit with a high impact move as soon as he gets up. See? Putting your shit in the right place can make the crowd go bonkers no matter how legitimate or unlegitimate that move is. Same with that Sledgehammer spot from earlier.

Undertaker decides Robinson sucks as a referee and chokeslams the shit out of him too. This match is getting to awesome now. Tombstone coming! SUPER KICK! PEDIGREE! HOLY SHIT COVER!



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THRE----AGH HAWK FUCKING DAMMIT! What the fuck is going on!? Michaels is in the corner with hands over face can't believing what he just did! What a logical reaction to Taker making him pass out earlier! Now Shawn is regretting it because now he is having a WWJD moment and knows that was wrong! Triple H goes and grabs his Sledgehammer so he can officially end this bitch but Shawn tries to redeem himself by trying to stop it! H ain't having it and tosses his punk ass out of the ring! Triple H turns around and Undertaker sits up! "OH SHIT!" Triple H's reaction is priceless! Undertaker starts doing his regular comeback and the crowd is going apeshit! I LOVE THIS! TOMBSTONE! MICHAELS IN!




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THNOOOOO! Triple H kicks out and Undertaker has the best facial reaction since his match at Mania 25! Shawn, at this point, is not even sure if he is making the right decisions anymore. Headbutt by Taker at Triple H's eyebrow wound so Triple H responds by jacking his jaw with his fist! Both men are just trading blows! Yays for Taker and Booes for The Game! Taker starts to win but Triple H starts to out strike him! Tombstone attempt! PEDIGREE! 1, 2 AND NO FUCKING THREE! You got to be kidding me! Both guys are out of it. Triple H crawls for his trusty sledgehammer....Taker for the chair. Taker grabs the chair and Triple H gets the sledgehammer but Taker steps on it. Amazing visual with Triple H staring up at Undertaker. End of the chair to the face! Chair shot! Chair shot! Taker is now taking Triple H down a path towards memory lane. Michaels pleads for a pinfall as Taker just tosses the now broken chair into the cell. He only gets two and Michaels and Taker are now giving him a taste of his own medicine with lectures. Triple H crawls towards his feet with Sledgehammer in hand as the other two men watch him painfully do so. Words cannot do justice of how Triple H is just realizing how fucked he truly is. It's like he told all the other survivors to run off as he fends off the zombie horde with a broken arm and three bullets. Taker tells him "Don't do it" as Triple H uses his last amount of power to try to smack him with that Sledgehammer.....maybe fool himself that he has enough to come back. Taker defends and shakes his head at HHH who pushes him to tell him(Taker) how pissed off he is. Triple H looks at both HBK and Taker as they look at him in dismay. HBK knows it is over and Undertaker does but Triple H refuses. He tells Taker to Suck His Dick before he eats a Sledgehammer! Straps off and you can see Michaels looking down in the corner remembering this exact same moment with him in Triple H's shoes. Undertaker looks Triple H in the eyes and gives him the sign of death. I can't illustrate how badass that is. Tombstone and Michaels counts the three.

Post match: Lot of selling going on here as Taker celebrates his victory and gives Michaels a hugs since this will be the last we will see of these two concerning for the foreseeable future and they send off the Attitude Era in the best way possible. They also pick up the corpse formerly known as Triple H and drag he carcass to the back but not before saying one final goodbye to the audience.

My thoughts:
The Match is what I like to call the Spectacle......because that is what it is. Everything is presented as a big deal. From the entrances all the way down to the climax of the match. They literally had the crowd in the palm of their hand and everything is immediately gotten. You get why this is happening and you understanding what is going on. Why this is a big deal and why that is a big deal. It's a tremendous storytelling match and I think it might be one of the last we see like this. They made the Undertaker's sit up make people go bonkers....that's saying allot when you don't need to do a move to get that kinda reaction out of people. Not saying that's a bad thing for other wrestlers as I'll talk about it when I review The War but it's something I feel we might not get enough of. Anyway, tremendous match and my only negative would be the beginning needed a little something to it. Oh and this is a three part series explaining my top matches and how they are completely different but great for whatever the audience.
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No. Well, he has a couple. I'm sure. I remember one being not bad. Forgot who it was against. Maybe Barry Windham? Honestly in 99.9% of the matches I've seen the guy in, he's fucking sucked . He should just be called Muta cos there ain't nothing great about him.

Edit: Arn Anderson Vs Great Muta - Power Hour 12/01/1990 . Not Windham, but close enough, another Horsemen .
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Off to watch the first disc of the COTC DVD I picked up today, which means that I have to watch Flair vs Sting again, a match that I remember being very MEH on. Looking forward to a few matches on this, should have one of the first reviews posted Thursday-Fridayish so that makes me very excited.
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I agree with Cal that Mutoh isn't good (never has been, really), but some of his US stuff is worth watching:

-v Flair (11/18/89)- Shortish fun TV match, and it's Ric Flair in 1989. So yeah.
-w/Slater v Flair/Sting (Clash VIII)- My favourite Mutoh/Muta match ever. Flair in 1989 again (so yeah), and this is a really, really great tag that's fun as hell. Everyone should watch this.
-Cal mentioned the Arn match; it's great, yeah. Definitely the best Mutoh singles in the US.
-v Sting 3/9/89- I was surprised by how much I liked this. That's all I have to say.
-v Sting (GAB 89)- Don't like this as much as the other, but it's good fun.
-How many matches does he have at Starrcade 89? One v Flair and one v Sting? I remember all of the Flair/Sting/Muta combo matches at 'cade that year being OK, however many there were.
-You might like the Halloween Havoc 89 Thunder Cage or w/e bullshit it was. Flair/Sting v Funk/Muta (I think?). I thought it was good for a match with such a dumbass stip.
-He has a half hour draw or something v Brad Armstrong (from WCW Saturday Night, 5/30/92). 30 minutes of Muta is way more than I can handle, so I haven't watched it yet, but if you like Muta you'll want to see it. Gets good feedback from people who have opposing Muta views to me.
Thats great, thanks alot, i did like hos Great American Bash match vs Sting in 89.
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PS: I've been hunting through previous pages to try and find that "Top 100 WCW matches" list that Cal posted quite a while back. Could somebody post it in a spoiler or something? I'd be most interested in reading it again.
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#100 Dustin Rhodes Vs Bunkhouse Buck - Slamboree 22/05/1994 (144 points)

#99 Ric Flair Vs Eddie Guerrero - Nitro 20/05/1996 (146 points)

#98 Kidman Vs Rey Mysterio Vs Juventud Guerrera - Starrcade 27/12/1998 (148 points)

=#97 Sting Vs Rick Rude - Clash Of The Champions XVII 19/11/1991 (154 points)

=#97 Arn Anderson Vs Shane Douglas - World Championship Wrestling 17/02/1990 (154 points)

=#97 Arn Anderson Vs Ricky Steamboat - Pro 21/03/1992 (154 points)

#94 Steve Williams & Terry Gordy Vs Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham - Saturday Night 03/10/1992 (155 points)

#93 Arn Anderson Vs Great Muta - Power Hour 12/01/1990 (157 points)

#92 Chris Jeircho Vs Ultimo Dragon - Bash At The Beach 13/07/1997 (158 points, One top 20 vote)

=#91 Nasty Boys Vs Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne - SuperBrawl 20/02/1994 (161 points)

=#91 Midnight Express Vs Original Midnight Express - Starrcade 26/12/1988 (161 points)

#89 Rey Mysterio Vs Super Calo - Fall Brawl 16/06/1996 (169 points, One top 20 vote)

#88 Chris Benoit Vs 2 Cold Scorpio - Superbrawl III 21/02/1993 (173 points)

#87 Bam Bam Bigelow Vs Hak - Spring Stampede 11/04/1999 (186 points, One top 15 vote)

#86 Chris Benoit Vs Chris Jericho - Fall Brawl 15/09/1996 (192 points)

#85 Brian Pillman Vs Scotty Flamingo - Beach Blast 20/06/1992 (195 points)

#84 Lord Steven Regal Vs Fit Finlay - Nitro 29/04/1996 (197 points)

#83 Steve Austin Vs Ricky Steamboat - Bash at the Beach 17/07/1994 (200 points)

#82 Ric Flair Vs Brian Pillman - 17/02/1990 (203 points)

=#81 Wrath & Mortis v Glacier & Ernest Miller - Bash at the Beach 13/07/1997 (206 points)

=#81 Vader Vs Ricky Steamboat - Worldwide 29/05/1993 (206 points)

#79 Rey Mysterio Vs Jushin Thunder Liger - Starrcade 29/12/1996 (210 points)

=#78 Big Van Vader & Steve Austin Vs Ric Flair & Arn Anderson - Saturday Night 13/11/1993 (214, One top 15 vote)

=#78 Chris Benoit Vs Bret Hart - Nitro 04/10/1999 (214 points, One top 15 vote)

#76 Arn Anderson/Ric Flair/Lex Luger/Sting Vs Hulk Hogan/Kevin Nash/Scott Hall/Sting - Fall Brawl 15/09/1996 (216 points)

#75 Brian Pillman Vs Jushin Liger - SuperBrawl 29/02/1992 (220 points)

#74 Ric Flair & Barry Windham Vs The Midnight Express - Clash of the Champions 07/12/1988 (222 points)

#73 Lex Luger Vs Ricky Steamboat - Great American Bash 23/07/1989 (228 points)

#72 Cactus Jack Vs Paul Orndorff - Superbrawl III 12/02/1993 (232 points)

#71 Ricky Steamboat Vs Steve Austin - Clash of Champions XXVIII 28/08/1994 (236 points, One top 20 vote)

#70 Ricky Steamboat Vs Steve Austin - Clash Of The Champions XX 02/09/1992 (246 points)

#69 Ric Flair Vs Arn Anderson - Fall Brawl 17/09/1995 (247 points, One top 15 vote)

#68 Chris Benoit Vs Diamond Dallas Page - SuperBrawl 22/02/1998 (250 points)

#67 Scott Hall & Kevin Nash Vs Randy Savage/Lex Luger/Sting - Bash At The Beach 07/07/1996 (253 points)

#66 Rick Rude Vs Dustin Rhodes - Worldwide 30/05/1992 (254 points)

#65 Rick Rude Vs Ricky Steamboat - SuperBrawl 29/02/1992 (258 points)

#64 Vader Vs Davey Boy Smith - Slamboree 23/05/1993 (272 points)

#63 Sting Vs Cactus Jack - Power Hour 16/11/1991 (273 points)

#62 Vader Vs The Boss - Spring Stampede 17/04/1994 (274 points, One top 20 vote)

#61 Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan Vs The Nasty Boys - Slamboree 22/05/1994 (281 points, One top 10 vote)

#60 Ric Flair Vs Sting - Great American Bash 07/07/1990 (283 points, One top 20 vote)

#59 Dustin Rhodes Vs Vader - Saturday Night 21/11/1992 (284 points)

#58 Ron Simmons Vs Vader - Main Event 02/08/1992 (286 points)

#57 Arn Anderson & Barry Windham Vs Doom - Starrcade 16/12/1990 (288 points)

#56 Vader Vs Sting - Fall Brawl 18/09/1994 (292 points)

#55 Ric Flair Vs Ricky Steamboat - Philadelphia House Show 18/03/1989 (309 points, One top 10 vote)

#54 Lord Steven Regal Vs Sting - Great American Bash 16/06/1996 (318 points, One top 20 vote)

#53 Lord Steven Regal Vs Larry Zbyszko - Saturday Night 28/05/1994 (319 points)

#52 Ric Flair Vs Hulk Hogan - Bash At The Beach 17/07/1994 (324 points, One top 20 vote)

#51 Ric Flair Vs Ricky Steamboat - Spring Stampede 17/04/1994 (337 points, One top 5 vote)

#50 The Steiner Brothers Vs The Nasty Boys - Halloween Havoc 27/10/1990 (354 points, Two top 15 votes)

#49 Arn Anderson Vs Big Josh - 02/05/1992 (365 points, One top 10 vote)

#48 Ric Flair Vs Lex Luger - WrestleWar 25/02/1990 (378 points)

#47 Dustin Rhodes/Dusty Rhodes/Nasty Boys Vs Bunkhouse Buck/Arn Anderson/Terry Funk/Colonel Parker - Fall Brawl 18/09/1994 (383 votes, One top 15 vote)

#46 Arn Anderson Vs Barry Windham - 06/06/1992 (387 points, One top 10 vote)

#45 Ricky Steamboat Vs Vader - Saturday Night 16/10/1993 (390 points, One top 5 vote)

#44 Chris Benoit Vs Eddie Guerrero - Nitro 16/10/1995 (409 points)

#43 Chris Benoit Vs Fit Finlay - Slamboree 17/05/1998 (427 points)

#42 Ric Flair Vs Ricky Steamboat - Saturday Night 14/05/1994 (429 points, One top 5 vote)

#41 Rey Mysterio Vs Psicosis - Bash At The Beach 07/07/1996 (430 points, One top 15 vote, Two top 20 votes)

#40 Ric Flair & Sting Vs Great Muta & Dick Slater - Clash Of The Champions VIII 12/09/1989 (437 points)

#39 Chris Benoit Vs Kevin Sullivan - Great American Bash 16/06/1996 (443 points, Two top 20 votes)

#38 Jake Roberts Vs Dustin Rhodes - 26/09/1992 (445 points, Two top 15 votes, One top 20 vote)

#37 Ric Flair Vs Ricky Steamboat - Landover House Show - 18/03/1989 (446 points, Two top 5 votes, Two top 15 votes)

#36 Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham Vs Steve Austin & Larry Zbyszko - Superbrawl 29/02/1992 (449 points, One top 20 vote)

#35 Diamond Dallas Page Vs Sting - Nitro 26/04/1999 (450 points, One top 10 vote)

#34 Steve Williams & Terry Gordy Vs The Steiners - Clash Of The Champions XIX 16/06/1992 (466 points, Two top 15 votes, One top 20 vote)

#33 Sting Vs Vader - Slamboree 22/05/1994 (467 points, One top 15 vote)

#32 Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne Vs The Nasty Boys - Spring Stampede 17/04/1994 (475 points, One top 15 vote)

#31 Arn Anderson Vs Dustin Rhodes - Satuday Night 04/01/1992 (487 points, One top 20 vote)

#30 Dustin Rhodes Vs Bunkhouse Buck - Spring Stampede 17/04/1994 (501 points, One top 10 vote)

#29 Diamond Dallas Page Vs Randy Savage - Great American Bash 15/06/1997 (546 points, One top 15 vote)

#28 Steamboat/Rhodes/Koloff Vs Anderson/Zbyszko/Eaton - Saturday Night 23/05/1992 (551 points, One top 5 vote, One top 10 vote, Two top 20 votes)

#27 Ricky Steamboat Vs Lord Steven Regal - Fall Brawl 19/09/1993 (569 points, One top 5 vote)

#26 Hollywood Blondes Vs Marcus Bagwell & 2 Cold Scorpio - Worldwide 08/05/1993 (571 points, One top 15 vote)

#25 Lord Steven Regal Vs Fit Finlay - Uncensored 24/03/1996 (588 points, One top 5 vote, Two top 10 votes, One top 20 vote)

#24 Ric Flair Vs Hulk Hogan - Halloween Havoc 24/10/1994 (592 points, One top 5 vote, One top 10 vote, Two top 15 votes, One top 20 vote)

#23 Sting Vs Vader - Great American Bash 12/07/1992 (602 points, Three top 15 votes, One top 20 vote)

#22 Rock n Roll Express Vs Midnight Express - Wrestlewar 25/02/1990 (634 points, Two top 10 votes, One top 15 vote, Two top 20 votes)

#21 Eddie Guerrero Vs Chris Jericho - Fall Brawl 14/09/1997 (648 votes, One top 15 vote, Two top 20 votes)

#20 Arn Anderson/Rick Rude/Larry Zbyszko/Bobby Eaton Vs Sting/Ricky Steamboat/Dustin Rhodes/Barry Windham - Saturday Night 22/02/1992 (655 points, One top 10 vote, Two top 15 votes)

#19 Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas Vs Brian Pillman & Steve Austin - Starrcade 28/12/1992 (664 points, Four top 20 votes)

=#18 Sting Vs Vader - Starrcade 28/12/1992 (671 points, One top 10 vote)

=#18 Vader Vs Dustin Rhodes - Clash Of The Champions XXIX 16/11/1994 (671 points, One top 5 vote, Two top 15 votes, One top 20 vote)

#16 Ric Flair Vs Lex Luger - Starrcade 26/12/1988 (677 points, One top 10 vote, One top 15 vote, Two top 20 votes)

#15 Flair/Windham/Sid Vicious/Zbyszko Vs Sting/Pillman/The Steiners - Wrestlewar 24/02/1991 (691 points, Three top 10 votes, One top 15 vote, Two top 20 votes)

#14 Goldberg Vs Diamond Dallas Page - Halloween Havoc 24/10/1998 (725 points, Two top 10 votes, One top 20 vote)

#13 Ricky Steamboat & Dustin Rhodes Vs Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyszko - Clash Of The Champions XVII 19/11/1991 (761 points, Two top 5 votes, One top 15 vote, Two top 20 votes)

#12 Sting Vs Vader - Superbrawl III 21/02/1993 (781 points, One top 5 vote, Three top 10 votes, Two top 15 votes, One top 20 vote)

#11 Sting Vs Cactus Jack - Beach Blast 20/06/1992 (782 points, Two top 10 votes, One top 15 vote)

#10 Southern Boys Vs Midnight Express - Great American Bash 07/07/1990 (793 points, Three top 10 votes, One top 20 vote)

#9 Ric Flair Vs Terry Funk - Clash Of The Champions IX 15/11/1989 (801 points, One #1 vote, Two top 5 votes, One top 10 vote, Two top 15 votes, One top 20 vote)

#8 Ric Flair Vs Vader - Starrcade 27/12/1993 (817 points, One top 5 vote, Three top 10 votes, One top 15 votes, Three top 20 votes)

#7 Ric Flair Vs Terry Funk - Great American Bash 23/07/1989 (869 votes, Two top 5 votes, Two top 10 votes, Two top 15 votes, Two top 20 votes)

#6 Ric Flair Vs Ricky Steamboat - Wrestlewar 07/05/1989 (889 votes, One #1 vote, Three top 5 votes, One top 10 vote, One top 15 vote, One top 10 vote)

#5 Ric Flair Vs Ricky Steamboat - Chi Town Rumble 20/02/1989 (940 points, One #1 vote, Four top 5 votes, Two top 10 vote, Two top 15 vote, One top 20 vote)

#4 Sting/Koloff/Rhodes/Steamboat/Windham Vs Anderson/Eaton/Zbyszko/Austin/Rude - Wrestlewar 17/05/1992 (946 points, Four top 5 votes, Six top 10 votes)

#3 Ricky Steamboat Vs Rick Rude - Beach Blast 20/06/1992 (949 points, Two #1 votes, Four top 5 votes, One top 10 vote, Three top 15 votes)

#2 Ric Flair Vs Ricky Steamboat - Clash Of The Champions VI 02/04/1989 (951 points, Four #1 votes, Two top 5 votes, Three top 15 votes, One top 20 vote)

#1 Eddie Guerrero Vs Rey Mysterio - Halloween Havoc 26/10/1997 (965 points, One #1 vote, Five top 5 votes, Four top 10 votes)
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Downloaded Over The Limit again, this time in HD, and I just watched Punk/Bryan on the big tv downstairs. Loved it even more on this watch. Putting it ahead of Punk/Jericho from WM, and upping my rating to ****3/4. Magnificent match. Actually really loved the finish this time around too. Guess I was paying more attention to it and could really appreciate how good it was . God, please give these 2 an Iron Man match. Would be beautiful. Especially if they keep up the rib and knee work/injuries for it. Would be like, an even better version of Rude/Steamboat if given the chance.

If it wasn't for the fact I'm practically in love with The Undertaker (no homo ) I'd probably have this as the MOTY .

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Nothing special really. Main event is fun and a one off match that is probably at least worth a watch just to say you've seen Lesnar Vs HHH Vs Rock in a triple thread.

http://www.silvervision.co.uk/catego...day/page1.html UK peoples, don't forget about Wild Wednesday today . Greatest Superstars of the 21st Century Bluray for 7.99. Ordered my copy this morning .
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