No worries, the Regal matches are all terrific. Bar the Sting GAB match nearly all the rest of them are sub 10 minutes but packed with great strikes and holds from Regal, as well as some great build to the high spots especially in the Psicosis match where they do a terrific job in highlighting Regal's dominance in the mat exchanges and make Psicosis' high flying arsenal his sole hope of winning the TV title.
Sting match is insane just for how much offence Regal gets in considering his standing in WCW at the time, Sting's always a great FIP especially in that portion of his career before the gimmick change, and he does a great job at making Regal look like a monster and times his comeback impeccably.
If I had to pimp just one match out of that list however, it would be Savage/Hogan vs Flair/Arn. Insane TV tag match packed with wonderful elements of the southern tag formula, including a seriously all time wonderful transition spot and Arn just having the absolute best 'OH SHIT' reaction when all his offence against Hogan proves fruitless. Savage is also a really good FIP and hits maybe his all time best double axe handle going off of my hazy memory.
I was watching random WCW B-Shows recently and came to this match. Or if not, I came to a Malenko v Smiley match that was fun as hell. I'm convinced Malenko is way, way better at working shortish matches with Below-His-Level guys than long "epic mat classics" with Guerreros and Benoits. Has a lot of short, fun TV matches with Liger, Ohtani, Rey, and hell, Malenko v DISCO INFERNO from BATB 96 rules. I've never watched his match with Scotty 2 Hotty and should.
Agreed, he's always had the holds and clean execution, but its usually putting it all together or stretching it out for a considerable period of time in the middle of the match which has been his problem. Putting him in sub 10 minute matches where he can just run through some slick and hard fought mat exchanges eliminates all his problems when working 15 minutes and longer.
He was legit awesome though in the Spokane House Show match against Eddie in 1997, I mean Eddie was sensational with all his heel sctick and playing to the crowd, but Malenko really brought the intensity that was needed in his offence and wasn't just along for the ride. The spot where Eddie goes to sucker punch Malenko with his back turned to him only to drop to his knees and offer a handshake as he sees Malenko turn around is seriously one of the best comedy heel spots I can recall, and it saddens me no-one is likely to replicate it soon.