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Womens Extreme Wrestling Volumes 1 - 4

Volume 1
Commentators: Eric Garguillo and Joel Gertner

A truck drives up and Fujiko Kano gets out. She asks some girls if they’ve seen GI Ho. She’s mad when they say she’s with Rebecca. Then cut to a bad catfight in a washroom.

Alexis Laree is pissed she has to face Amanda Storm tonight.

Referee BJ makes her way to the ring.

Tonight: a South Philly Street Fight.

Amanda Storm w/the Smoke vs. Alexis Laree
This was actual wrestling. Not really the best wrestling but it was what it was. WEW was off to a good start.
Winner: Alexis Laree

Some girl tells the Smoke he has to kick Ice Cold Billy Austin’s ass tonight. He says they’re going to have a mixed tag team match.

Kristy Kiss is playing with a lighter backstage.

Referee Isis comes out and dances.

“Old School” Bra & Thong Match
Brittney the Schoolgirl vs. Barroom Barbie
So unlike most Bra & Thong matches an “Old School” Bra & Thong Match means they strip then wrestle. But Popa Mae and Dawn Mae interfere during the stripping and take both girls out. Tai “Killer” Weed and Psycho Bitch come to the rescue. Tai challenges the Maes to a Tag Match.
Winner: no contest

Kristy Kiss is still backstage with her lighter.

Tara Titanium vs. Kristy Kiss
This was pretty bad. They even cut parts out. Tara Titanium pretty much beat Kristy Kiss all over the venue. Credit to Kristy though; she did a wicked blade job and bled like crazy.
Winner: Tara Titanium

Fujiko Kano vs. Rebecca Wild
I’m not sure why but GI Ho comes out and kisses Rebecca Wild. Then her boyfriend is out there trying to stop the whole thing and all three girls beat him up. I think the winner of this match got GI Ho or something? Kudos to the boyfriend.
Winner: ?

Candy vs. Tara
This looked like it was filmed at a different show. It was actual wrestling too.
Winner: Tara
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I’ve seen volume 5-8 of WEW and it was barroom trash. This surprised me because it was bad wrestling but nowhere near as trashy as it got in later episodes. Being that this was at the former ECW Arena it had a different crowd than I was expecting. They actually wanted wrestling.

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Volume 2
Commentators: sometimes Eric Garguillo and Joel Gertner; sometimes Eric Garguillo and Jeffery J. James

Sicilian Style Tag Team Match
Barroom Barbie & the Carmine w/the Nice Guys Inc. vs. Tai “Killer” Weed & Dirty Deeds Darren Wise
This was a mess and after a cut everyone was laid out and Psycho Bitch, Missy the Schoolgirl and some Paul Heyman wannabe called “Bald A. Dangerously” were in the ring.
Winner: ?

All of a sudden another match that was clearly filmed at a different time was happening.

The Maes vs. Tai “Killer” Weed & Psycho Bitch
This was hilarious because from what I gathered Psycho Bitch turned heel in that previous match, possibly by taking Tai “Killer” Weed out. This was wreck.
Winners: the Maes
Afterwards Psycho Bitch and Isis take the referee of the out.

Alexis Laree vs. Valentina Laree
This had potential to be a good match but ended really quickly.
Winner: Alexis Laree

The Mae Family are ready for Davey Maes match against Amy Lee in “World Extreme Wrestling”.

Tara says her boobs are real and perfect.

Missy the Schoolgirl comes out and attempts to take her top off but the referee stops her.

“Primetime” Amy Lee vs. Davey Mae w/Papa Mae
I do like Amy Lee. She’s just hilarious when she gets on the mic and screams at the crowd. None of that here though. This was a decent beating.
Winner: “Primetime” Amy Lee

Loser Forced to remove their top
Sinnamin vs. Tara w/Papa Mae
Sinnamin won this by pinning Papa Mae...so he had to take his top off.
Winner: Sinnamin
Tara attacks a distracted Sinnamin and takes her top off (Sinnamins).

The hosts recap the show and Lady Storms words for GI Ho.

Tables Match
Lady Storm w/the Smoke vs. GI Ho
This was just chaos but it was enjoyable. That Ice Cold Billy Austin guy who was mentioned in the first episode came out and helped GI Ho. He was as “Stone Cold Steve Austin” and the Smoke was “the Rock”.
Winner: GI Ho
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This was even worse than the first show. The editing was all over the place. Clearly it was from two different shows. It had two different commentary teams. Two different audiences. But what was hilarious was the two Tai “Killer” Weed matches back to back. In one she had Bo Derek hair, in the other straight hair. And the second one was clearly a continuation of a storyline from the first show whereas the first seemed to be from a later show. I expect more continuity in my porn.

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Volume 3
Commentators: Eric Garguillo and Jeffery J. James

Head Nurse Mimi comes to ringside.

The Smoke is trying to get into the show but security won’t let him in without credentials.

Tai “Killer” Weed can’t find her weed.

The pWo get off a plane and into a limo.

The Smoke makes his way to the ring. He lets everyone know that the Maes will not be able to wrestle tonight because they’re out pregnant. Some more Maes come out anyway and are ready to compete. He puts them in a match with Crazy Incorporated. Tai “Killer” Weed comes out looking for her weed. Amanda Storm and Lady Storm come out and clear the ring. Words can’t describe how much of a mess this is. Psycho Bitch comes to the ring and everyone clears out.

The limo arrives and the pWo make their way into the venue.

Amanda Storm says she’s going to destroy GI Ho. The pWo mock her.

Referee BJ makes her way to the ring.

Hardcore Undergarment Match
Tara vs. Candy
This was decent for WEW. Candy pulled off one of the worst drop toeholds you’re ever going to see. Tara’s pretty hot and one of the few girls who seem to have a clue.
Winner: Candy

Referee Isis makes her way to the ring.

Trinity w/Steve the Sound Guy vs. Valentina
Not that “Trinity”. This was just BAD. Even for WEW. Trinity was horrible but Valentina was worse. For whatever reason Steve the Sound Guy smashed Trinity over the head with a ukulele.
Winner: Valentina
Trinity and Steve tease fighting then hug.

Papa and Davey Mae are in the ring getting the crowd riled up.

Davey Mae w/Papa Mae vs. Barroom Barbie w/the Nice Guys
Ummm, there was chain wrestling in this match. And it was a lot better than you’d expect from a stripper and a guy who’d get kicked out of a strip club. Aside from the visible spot calling this was...good!? (Further research learns that Barroom Barbie was “Bobcat” in the WWF, one of the Godfathers Hos and the first women to hold the Hardcore Championship).
Winner: Barroom Barbie
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This volume focused more on the wrestling. Take that for what it’s worth. Some of it wasn’t really that horrible. All things considered the last match was actually not terrible and was even fun to watch.

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Volume 4
Commentators: Eric Garguillo and Jeffery J. James

Tables, Ladders and Chairs
Amanda Storm & Lady Storm w/the Smoke vs. Tai “Killer” Weed & Psycho Bitch
This match had neither tables, ladders or chairs. It was just boring.
Winner: Amanda Storm & Lady Storm
Afterwards Tai and Psycho Bitch slipped and fell all over the place and beat up on the Smoke. Then they went to put him through a table but the table collapsed. Then the Maes were our there and Smoke got some gigantic Stinkfaces.

Lady Storm w/Amanda Storm vs. Alexis Laree
This wasn’t too bad but there were some really bad miscues and possibly the sloppiest Powerbomb of all-time from Amanda Storm.
Winner: Lady Storm

Alexis Laree vs. Valentina Laree
...this was the same match that was on disc two...
Winner: Alexis Laree

...the same Mae Family promo that was on disc two...

...the same Tara promo that was on disc two...

Missy the Schoolgirl comes to the ring and attempts to remove her top, but the referee stops her...this segment was on disc two as well...

Primetime Amy Lee vs. Davey Mae w/Papa Mae
What the fucking fuck? This was on disc two too.
Winner: Primetime Amy Lee

Amanda Storm vs. GI Ho
I enjoyed Amanda Storm for her over-the-top cheesiness up until this point in the DVD. But then I noticed she had a swastika drawn on her arm this match. So I’m not a fan. This match was moving along and then there was a cut and GI Ho had lost her top.

And that was the end of the DVD.

Winner: ?
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This volume was okay until the middle of volume 2 repeated. But it’s that lack of attention to the product that makes watching WEW worth watching.

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The other WEW DVD I have (Volumes 5-8) is total trash. Probably the worst shit I’ve seen in my life. But it was at least fun. Watching this was just boring. The wrestling was bad but not laughably bad like on the other set. There was trash on this one but it wasn’t as over-the-top trashy as the other one. There was diversity in the characters on the other one. This just seemed like the same shit repeating over and over. And there was a lot of editing on the other set but it was at least coherent. So, is this the worst wrestling DVD I own? Nope. The other one is still worse. But it’s perfect in its terribleness. Since that was a later DVD in WEWs history I can only assume that WEW continued down that path and I honestly want to see more. It’s a good way to kill an evening.

I will give credit to the girls on this one for one thing: they didn’t hold back on the hardcore ring action. Some of the chair shots were pretty stiff and Kristy Kiss bladed pretty deep.

A lot of ECW alumni were present at these tapings: Stephen DeAngelis and those two security guards, not to mention Joel Gertner. Also some of the Philadelphia State Athletic Committee were at ringside, including that one old guy who was on the first few Ring of Honor shows. I wonder what was going through their minds at these shows.

All four volumes were taken from the first two or three WEW shows, in no order.

And yes, there was a lot of stuff mentioned on these DVDs that never ended up being shown; such as the South Philadelphia Street Fight, the tag team match with the Smoke and that girl against Ice Cold Billy Austin and whoever his partner was going to be, the Battle Royal to determine the first WEW Champion and who the pWo even were. And there was even more stuff cut out that was never mentioned. Each show usually had seven or eight matches.

Bring on volumes 9 though however many there were!
 

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Whats the best way to downsize a collection? Decided I'm kind of tired of having to store/look at hundreds of wrestling DVDs that I'll never watch and some extra cash is always neat. Has anyone had luck on Facebook marketplace/something similar or should I just go to ebay

I'm thinking I have 100+ easily that I wanna part with
 

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Whats the best way to downsize a collection? Decided I'm kind of tired of having to store/look at hundreds of wrestling DVDs that I'll never watch and some extra cash is always neat. Has anyone had luck on Facebook marketplace/something similar or should I just go to ebay

I'm thinking I have 100+ easily that I wanna part with
I had some luck with facebook groups the one I used is UK based but there's bound to be some US ones, the other advantage is not having to list them one at a time. Anything rare or valuable I'd still go ebay first it's going to hit the widest audience.
 

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Alpha-1 Wrestling “the Otherside”
June 30th, 2019
From the Knights of Columbus in Hamilton, Ontario

Savage Society & Randy Davidson vs. Punk Rock Pussycats & Michael Wolf
This wasn’t bad at all. I saw the Punk Rock Pussycats in March or April and the one girl (Allie Kat) has improved a lot since then.
Winners: Punk Rock Pussycats & Michael Wolf

Pat Buck vs. Cody Lane
I’ve heard of Pat Buck somewhere before but I can’t remember where. He came out with a prop chainsaw on his hand (ala Ash from the Evil Dead movies) and that…got the crowd interested. Probably the wrong kind of interest mind you. The match was okay.
Winner: Cody Lane

Ethan Page comes out for his Alpha Male Championship match against Kobe Durst but Durst decides to not give him a title shot because he hasn’t earned it…which is pretty much the truth. He lost to David Arquette at their last show. Instead Durst and a tag team I believe are called “Bear Country” attacked Ethan Page. Gregory Iron and Josh Alexander make the save and it leads to a six-man tag team match.

Ethan Page, Josh Alexander & Gregory Iron vs. Kobe Durst & Bear Country
This was good. It got the crowd going. Gregory Iron is always fun to watch.
Winners: Ethan Page, Josh Alexander & Gregory Iron

Trey Miguel vs. Jeff Cobb vs. T. J. Perkins
This was a decent match but my expectations were probably too high. Jeff Cobb was a beast but he didn’t participate too much.
Winner: Trey Miguel

For the Alpha-1 Tag Team Championships
Lotus vs. Space Pirates vs. Besties in the World (champions)
This was good. Space Monkey did a lot more than I’ve ever seen him do before and he better in the ring than I realized.
Winners: Besties in the World

Danny Adams & Mark Wheeler vs. Hornswoggle & Colt Cabana
This was a fun comedy match.
Winners: Hornswoggle & Colt Cabana
Hornswoggle challenges Mark Wheeler to a Falls Count Anywhere match at the show in August.

Lumberjack Match for the Zero Gravity Championship
Justin Sane w/Eric Carney and Cheech vs. Brett Michael David (champion)
Brett Michael David isn’t really that good. Even playing the “hometown face role” the crowd was still on him. But this match was really entertaining because of the lumberjacks, which consisted of everyone else who had been on the card (even the bigger name guys). When chaos erupted it was very fun.
Winner: Justin Sane (new Zero Gravity Champion)

I have no idea how or why it happened but Trey Miguel then jumped off the top rope and pinned Justin Sane to become the new Zero Gravity Champion???
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The ending really confused me. I’m not sure if the Zero Gravity Championship is one of those 24/7 titles or if Trey Miguel’s match earlier in the card granted him a shot at it whenever he wanted? Or maybe he won a match at a previous show that did? Whatever the reasons were he won it and no one questioned it.

The show wasn’t the best but it was still really fun. I don’t have much to say because there isn’t much to say. I really enjoyed the first match and the last two matches.
 

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Wrestling Organizations in the Bay Area

I recently moved to Livermore, CA. I used to live in New Orleans for a couple of years and attended a few Wildkat events and was hoping to find something similar here.

Can anyone suggest a wrestling organization that is based in this area?
 

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Jim Cornette is gonna love GCW now just because this match happened.

That's all I'm processing atm.
 

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does anyone know who this is?

im asking about the big girl, I thought it was jessicka havok but I did a search for her and I found a lot of her matches on youtube but I cant find this particular match anywhere, not on google, yahoo, or you tube, I would like to see the full match, can anyone help? thanks in advance

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXCTq2CJ6xY
 

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Jim Cornette is gonna love GCW now just because this match happened.

That's all I'm processing atm.
If Corny watches a Gage match and enjoys it :done :cozy

I think it goes more like this. "One of these fucky mudshow outlaw scumbag promotions thought it was it a good idea to hire Jerry Lawler (who I took photos of in Memphis) to wrestler my guy Mance. Makes me fucking sick to see these men resort to this, and it makes me mad that I had to watch it. The owner of this shit, Joey Janela and Ian Rotten (because you know Corny isn't letting that one go) should be set on fire for pissing on the REAL SPORT OF PRO WRESTLING. Fuck you, and goodbye"

On another note: GCW's ability to book shows using their current crop of wrestlers, while getting in name wrestlers so everything always fresh is one of the best things they do. Legit haven't seen a bad GCW show in 3 years. Those shows in Japan are going to be :cozy :rusevyes
 

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Re: does anyone know who this is?

im asking about the big girl, I thought it was jessicka havok but I did a search for her and I found a lot of her matches on youtube but I cant find this particular match anywhere, not on google, yahoo, or you tube, I would like to see the full match, can anyone help? thanks in advance

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXCTq2CJ6xY
It is Havok, the match is from Shine 27.
 

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If Corny watches a Gage match and enjoys it :done :cozy

I think it goes more like this. "One of these fucky mudshow outlaw scumbag promotions thought it was it a good idea to hire Jerry Lawler (who I took photos of in Memphis) to wrestler my guy Mance. Makes me fucking sick to see these men resort to this, and it makes me mad that I had to watch it. The owner of this shit, Joey Janela and Ian Rotten (because you know Corny isn't letting that one go) should be set on fire for pissing on the REAL SPORT OF PRO WRESTLING. Fuck you, and goodbye"

On another note: GCW's ability to book shows using their current crop of wrestlers, while getting in name wrestlers so everything always fresh is one of the best things they do. Legit haven't seen a bad GCW show in 3 years. Those shows in Japan are going to be :cozy :rusevyes
"Outlaw mudshow bullshit" never fails to get a laugh from me. I say it often now in passing, just because.

Saw GCW booked Jungle Boy vs Jimmy Lloyd for Janela's Escape from LA. (Carpenter film references for event names is already a 10/10 moment, no less) That alone has me excited. The hits keep coming from the promotion. :cozy
 
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Jimmy getting to show he can go in a "normal" match is going to be awesome.

The Last Ones Left is a fantastic name for a show. GCW and creativity go hand in hand.

:cornette secretly loves 'mudshows' He just needs Ol Mancer to show him the way :cozy
 

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WCW/Slim Jims “Halloween Havoc”
October 26th, 1997
From the MGM Grande Arena in Paradise, Nevada
Commentators: Tony Schiavone, Bobby “the Brain” Heenan, Dusty Rhodes and (for the first three matches) Mike Teney

Tonight: Hollywood Hulk Hogan verses Rowdy Roddy Piper in a Steel Cage.

Yuji Nagata w/Sonny Onoo vs. Ultimo Dragon
Ultimo Dragon was really damn good but I don’t need to tell you that. This was a good match where they really sold Dragons arm being injured very well.
Winner: Yuji Nagata

Disco Inferno is ready to fight a woman tonight and even though he can’t hit her he vows to win. Jacquelyn attacks him.

Gedo vs. Chris Jericho
Damn, they botched a Frankensteiner so bad in this one. Yikes. The commentators tried to sell it as a block by Gedo. Yeah, sure. Okay match.
Winner: Chris Jericho

Mean Gene Okerlund is with Debra McMichael, whose job is at stake tonight when whoever she chooses to take on Steve McMichael faces Steve McMichael. She looked a lot better here then she ever did in the WWF.

Mask verses Title
For the WCW Cruiserweight Championship
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Eddie Guerrero (champion)
This match was both sloppy and beautiful. These two always worked so well together and it was even better in these days when Rey could really go. I think this may be the best match I’ve seen Rey Mysterio have.
Winner: Rey Mysterio Jr. (new WCW Cruiserweight Champion)

Mean Gene Okerlund says a certain cliq backstage may add another member to their ranks tonight. He can’t talk about it but if you call the WCW hotline you may find out.

Hollywood Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff say that due to WCW failing to provide a safe working environment (for both them AND the fans) Hogan will not wrestle tonight unless they give them a written contract guaranteeing that Sting will not be in the building tonight.

Steve McMichael vs. Alex Wright w/Debra McMichael
The commentators were more concerned with talking about what Hogan and Bischoff just announced rather than this match. I think they mentioned this match once or twice. I’m not even sure if Debras job was indeed on the line or not. This did get some excitment when Goldberg ran out and took Steve McMichael out.
Winner: Alex Wright
Afterwards Debra gave Goldberg Steve McMichael’s Super Bowl Ring. Then Goldberg took Alex Wright out too.

Randy Savage and Miss Elizabeth are ready for Diamond Dallas Page and the Las Vegas Sudden Death Match later tonight.

Non-Sanctioned Match
Disco Inferno vs. Jacquelyn
Jacquelyns wig here was brutal. The match was not good because Disco refused to hit her. So it was a lot of stalling and jumping out of the ring. I do like Jacquelyn though. Unlike so many other women wrestlers (past and current) she’s one of the few who you could tell always really wanted to be there.
Winner: Jacquelyn

Curt Hennig vs. Ric Flair
I’m sure it has happened but I’ve never seen Ric Flair run out to the ring and just throw his robe off the side before. Zero pomp. I guess the anger here was due to Hennig turning his back on WCW and the Four Horsemen. Flair probably would have been even more pissed if he knew that within a year Steve McMichael would be in the Four Horsemen.
Winner: Curt Hennig via disqualification

Randy Savage is on the WCW Live Wire live internet chat.

JJ Dillon is with Mean Gene Okerlund and he says that Hollywood Hulk Hogan’s match against Rowdy Roddy Piper WILL HAPPEN as advertised. An unhappy Eric Bischoff comes out but Dillon presents him with a written contract saying Hogan HAS to wrestle.

Scott Hall w/Syxx-Pac vs. Lex Luger
Special Guest Referee: Larry Zybyzko
This wasn’t too bad a match. It got a bit crazy at the end.
Winner: Lex Luger

Las Vegas Sudden Death Match (basically a Last Man Standing Match)
“Macho Man” Randy Savage w/Miss Elizabeth vs. Diamond Dallas Page
They should have just called the Last Man Standing match a “Weekend in Vegas” match. But who gives a crap about this match; Elizabeth was wearing leather shorts. #drool
Winner: Randy “Macho Man” Savage

Steel Cage Match
Hollywood Hulk Hogan vs. “Rowdy” Roddy Piper
This was an absolute mess but it was fun. There was no referee in the ring, so no pinfalls or submissions. Then Hogan left the cage (which was huge, almost as big as a Hell in a Cell) closely followed by Piper but that didn’t end the match. So I don’t know how one was supposed to win this match. Sometimes you just don’t ask. Because the referee DID come into the ring when Hogan told him to.
Winner: “Rowdy” Roddy Piper
Randy Savage and Eric Bischoff come in and attack Piper but a bunch of guys with bad wigs and Sting masks try to come to the rescue. Then a fan in Sting makeup climbs into the cage and Hogan and Savage beat the crap out of him.
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This was a good show. The Las Vegas Sudden Death Match was really good, Scott Hall verses Luger and Flair verses Hennig were decent and the main event was a lot of fun. They all had over-the-top stupid endings though, all involving the nWo members in some way. Eddie Guerrero verses Rey Mysterio was a REALLY good match that stood on its own. I think I’ve seen it before, possibly on one of Eddies DVDs. The only part of the show I really didn’t like was the stretch between when Hogan and Bischoff made their announcement and when JJ Dillon resolved the issue. It was all the commentary team talked about. But as was WCW during the nWo run. And it wasn’t like I was too invested in Steve McMichael verses Alex Wright or Disco Inferno verses Jacquelyn.

A lot of titles weren't defended on this show. Hogan was World Heavyweight Champion, Hennig was United States Champion and Disco Inferno was (I think) Television Champion. Not sure why for the first two but they did mention Discos title wasn't on the line because it was a non-sactioned match, in between talking about Hogan and Bischoff.

Watching this I can kind of see why people hated Eric Bischoff so much. He was a dweeb hanging out with cool kids. Kinda like Adam Page is today.

Wow, some of the fans that got on camera. at this show were...special. Las Vegas + late 1990’s wrestling fans = wow.

I put "Slim Jims" in the title header because they mentioned Slim Jims presenting the show a few times, Savage had a huge "Slim Jims" logo on his jacket during his one promo and the ring had "Slim Jims" plastered all over the apron and the four turnbuckles.
 

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where can it go?
The Match/Show/DVD discussion thread in General WWE is fine for all things related in this way. (as it is basically an umbrella thread for wrestling; WCW certainly applies) Seeing how Classic Wrestling doesn't have a similar thread.
 
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