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I have looked through the last few pages of threads and have seen many WWE with the rosters split, or WCW versus WWE, or WWE with fantasy rosters. I have not seen a single WCW one, I hope they are allowed, so I decided to make this one.


WCW Roster

Main Eventers:
Sting, Lex Luger, Ric Flair, The Giant, "Macho Man" Randy Savage.

Upper Midcard:
Stevie Ray, Booker T, Rick Steiner, Scott Steiner, Arn Anderson, Kevin Sullivan, Diamond Dallas Page, Johnny B. Badd, Chris Beniot, Meng, Shark, Eddie Guerrero.

Midcard:
Jacques Rougeau, Pierre Ouleete, Animal, Hawk, Jeff Jarret, Steve McMichael, Ice Train, Scott Norton, Steven Regal, Dean Malenko, Big Bubba Rogers, Hugh Morrus, Jim Duggan, Barbarian, The Booty Man, V.K. Wallstreet, Konnan, One Man Gang, Greg "The Hammer" Valentine, Mortis.

Lower Midcard:
Brad Armstrong, Steve Armstrong, Joe Gomez, Dirty Dick Slater, Bunkhouse Buck, Jerry Lynn, Mark Starr, Jim Powers, Sgt. Craig Pittman, Bobby Eaton, Disco Inferno, Renegade, Brian Pillman, Johnny Grunge, Rocko Rock, Marcus Bagwell, Johnny Riggs, Johnny Knobbs, Jerry Saggs, David Taylor, Alex Wright, Bobby Walker, Robert Gibson, Ron Studd, Galaxy, Casey Thompson, Buck Brezner, Pez Whatley, Glacier, The Gambler, Rick Fuller, Bill Payne, Chris Nelson, Todd Morton, Butch Long, Buck Quartermore, Fidel Barrio, Ricky Barrio, Belfast Bruiser, Mike Enos, Wayne Bloom.

Cruiserweights:
Villano IV, Villano V, Psychosis, El Dandy, Silver King, Juventud Guerrara, Chavo Guerrero Jr., Ultima Dragon, Super Calo, Ciclope, Prince Iaukea, La Parka, Rey Mysterio Jr., Hector Garza, Billy Kidman, Jushin Liger, Hector Guerrero.

Champions:
WCW Heavyweight Champion: "Nature Boy" Ric Flair
WCW United States Champion: Eddie Guerrero
WCW Television Champion: Dean Malenko
WCW Tag Team Champions: Harlem Heat
WCW Crusierweight Champion: Vacant
 

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Monday Night Nitro:

January 3rd, 1996
Seattle, Washington
Hosted:
Tony Schiavone, Mike Tenay, Bobby Heenan

Fireworks and pyro's go off as the show comes on, seven Nitro Girls are seen at the entrance of the Titantron dancing in military camoflouge garments. The ring announcers state that they are at Seattle, that they have an enourmous fourteen thousand people attending the show, and millions are watching at home. They announce some of the matches that we will see tonight; Ric Flair, WCW Heavyweight Champion, will defend his belt against the dog-faced gremlin, Rick Steiner. Dean Malenko, WCW Television Champion, will defend his belt against Konnan, and many other great matches.

Eric Bischoff comes down the ramp and towards the ring to a minor set of "Boo's" by the crowd which disperses once he hits the ring. He welcomes everyone at the arena, and says they are lucky for they are the first ones to see the Cruiserweight Championship Tournament, which will crown a new Cruiserweight Champion; which they haven't had in more than two years. Bischoff announces that the first two matches will take place tonight, which gives a medium pop from the crowd. He hands the microphone to the wrestler announcer, as he makes his way out of the ring and to the back.

Silver King versus Villano V
This match was the first to kickoff the eight-man tournament to determine a cruiserweight champion. As both superstars entered the ring, they crowd seemed unentertained and there wasn't much of a pop for either of them. The more started off exchanging blows, until Silver King nailed Villano V with a flying clothesline. The rest of the match Silver King held the upper advantage, despite Villano V's few attempts to regain control. There was a short-lived "Boring" chant, which the wrestlers tried to stop with an aerial move. Silver king did his patented standing leg-drop on Villano V in the center of the ring, and got the three count.
Winner: Silver King Time: 4:16
Announcing Comments:
- Mike Tenay gave the viewers a brief history of the Villano's.
- Bobby "The Brain" Heenan and Tony Schiavone jabbered on about the rest of the card throughout this match for those who missed it the first time ten-fifteen minutes ago.

Alex Wright versus Jerry Lynn
Jerry Lynn was the first to walk out to a silent crowd. As Alex Wright came out he got a negative pop, and asked for the microphone as soon as he got into the ring. Once he recieved the microphone he went on for a couple minutes about how the American people show no respect for wrestlers, that when he wrestled in Germany they showed much more respect and encouragement. He asked why would they 'boo' someone as good as him. He then went on to talk about how Americans' are lazy, watching the show on their televisions instead of driving for miles to see a show back in Germany. He was shutted up, as Jerry Lynn delivered a spinning heel kick to the back of his head. For the first thirty seconds Jerry Lynn dominated the match with axhandle blows to Wright's back. Alex fought back and gained control of the match for a couple minutes, before he moved to yell at the crowd who had an "Alex Sucks!" chant. Jerry Lynn rolled up Alex in a small package for the two count, when Wright was preoccupied. It went as before with Alex dominating the match, until he blew a vertical suplex spot, but he came back strong to make Jerry Lynn sumbit in the middle of the ring to the boston crab.
Winner: Alex Wright Time: 5:03
Announcing Comments:
- Tony Schiavone stated Alex Wright was from Germany, if we all didn't already know.
- Bobby "The Brain" Heenan commented on why Germany treated their wrestlers so good was there are only a few left who haven't jumped ship to Japanese or American ran companies.

Interview with Chris Beniot
The scene is shot in the Four Horsemen's dressing room, in which Gene Okerlund is standing with Chris Beniot in the foreground, and the view of Arn Anderson in the far left in the background is scene. Gene Okerlund asked what almost all fans were wondering why have Chris Beniot and "The Taskmaster" Kevin Sullivan been fueding as of late. Chris Beniot's answer was harsh, as he said if it is not clear to the fans what is going on then he shouldn't tell them. Gene Okerlund also questions if Beniot is in the slightest bit afraid of the numbers, with only the Four Horsemen able and the Dungeon of Doom houses five men, the Giant which can be considered one and a half men, and that fiend, Jimmy Hart. Beniot is almost screaming into the microphone, that he isn't scared "The Crippler" is scared of nothing at all, and seven men with more strength than an ox isn't as strong as four who fight with their heart. A man in a white shirt, with a headset on comes and whispers something into Beniot's ear. Beniot goes flying out the door, and Arn Anderson follows. They are in the desolate parking lot, and see Steve "Mongo" McMichael laid out on the cement ground near his black SUV.

Commercial Break

Psychosis versus Hector Garza
As we come back from commercial break, Hector Garza was already in the ring, and Psychosis just came out to a good-sized pop. Psychosis dominated the match as soon as he got in the ring. This match could have ended in the first minute, but was dragged out for longer as Psychosis did many moves that got the crowd going. Hector Garza took alot of bumps, and didn't get many moves off at all. Psychosis won the match with a flying headbutt.
Winner: Psychosis Time: 6:19
Announcing Comments:
- Throughout most of the match Tony Schiavone talked about Mongo being attacked, and about who they think it is.
- Bobby "The Brain" Heenan commented that he knew who did it, it was the Dungeon of Doom.
- Most of the match wasn't called, until the last moments.

Amazing French Canadians versus Ice Train/Bobby Walker
Ice Train/Bobby Walker were the first two to come out, they received only a minor pop. Then the Amazing French Canadians came out to a negative pop. As soon as the Canadians got into the ring they started the Canadian National Anthem, to many "Boo's" near the end, Ice Trian and Bobby Walker mounted a "U.S.A." chant. With their backs turned, the Amazing French Canadians pummeled the two to the ground. Ouilette started the match with Ice Train, the powerhouses exchanged blows and Ice Train got the upperhand and powerslammed Ouilette. It was a back and forth match for the most part, until Bobby Walker was tagged in he went to house on Ouilette and then did a flying crossbody on Jacques Rougeau who used the momentum to do a reversal on the youngster, using his feet as leverage on the second rope him and Ouilette gained the victory.
Winner: Amazing French Canadians Time 8:57
Announcing Comments
- Mike Tenay informed us that Ice Train's normal partner Scott "Flash" Norton had a pulled right calf and will be out for two weeks.
- Bobby "The Brain" Heenan accidentally called Ice Train, Icebox, but then corrected his mistake.

Interview with the Amazing French Canadians
Gene Okerlund has the microphone and tells Jacques Rougeau how he can't believe they had to cheat to win. The French Canadians tell them that the only way to move up in this business is to cheat. The Amazing French Canadians say they have their eyes set on the tagteam belts, and on the Harlem Heat. They state that in less than a month, the tagteam belts will be back in Canadian hands. Out of nowhere the Nasty Boys come on the scene and start hitting the Amazing Frency Canadians with mop handles, trash cans/lids, and chairs; they are shouting random things at the Canadians.

Locker Room Chat
The cameraman is in the locker room, and it is on Ice Train and "Hardwork" Bobby Walker. Ice Train is unlacing his big boots, as Bobby Walker is rubbing his head with a towel. Bobby Walker tells Ice Train how he could have gotten the win, and he is blaming himself for the loss. Ice Train tells Bobby Walker that it isn't his fault, he then explains to Bobby Walker on how he should have went lower with the crossbody instead of higher up. Bobby Walker thanks Ice Train for his help, and starts unlacing his boots as the camera switches scenes.

Commercial Break

Hugh Morrus versus The Booty Man
Hugh Morrus came out to a minor negative pop, and The Booty Man came out to a small pop. The two for to a standstill for the first few minutes, exchanging slams, punches, dropkicks, and clotheslines. The turning point in the match was when the Booty Man had gotten the upperhand and delivered five heavy punches to Hugh Morrus knocking him down. The Booty Man delivered a Russian legsweep and got a two count. Booty got up and was setting Hugh Morrus up for a DDT. When Jimmy Hart distracted the referee and Booty Man, he then threw the laughing man the megaphone which he used to bonk Booty Man on the head before tossing it out of the ring. Hugh Morrus then delivered the No Laughing Matter, moonsault off the top rope, on the Booty Man for the three count.
Winner: Hugh Morrus Time: 8:33
Announcing Comments:
- Bobby "The Brain" Heenan made wise cracks on the reasons why the Booty Babe was not with the Booty Man tonight

Promotional Video for Glacier
The video promoting Glacier was shown. They are in a black room, there is no light expect a small light from the cieling which seemed to be ran through a filter to make it look blue. Trance music played in the background, and you see the outline of a man in the shadows. He enters the blue circle, in a black and blue outfit his hands and feets whipping around hitting several martial arts moves in succession. Then there was a close-up on his eyes which were a ocean blue color, then in letters at the bottom 'WCW Debut Saturday Night'.

Dean Malenko versus Konnan
Dean Malenko came out to a big pop, and slapped some hands of the fans along ringside. Konnan came out to a negative pop. The two squared off and it was pretty even for the first minute. As they entered their second minute of fighting Konnan gained the upperhand with a swinging neckbreaker. Konnan did his finishing move the Tequila Sunrise on Dean Malenko at the seven minute mark. Dean Malenko barely managed to get to the bottom rope. As Dean Malenko got up, with help from Konnan, he went to work on Konnan's midsection. The next two minutes were all Malenko's as he went to work on Konnan. With a legsweep, Malenko then put the Texas Cloverleaf on Konnan, who tapped out in mere seconds. Dean Malenko retained the Television Title.
Winner: Dean Malenko Time: 11:09
Announcing Comments:
- Bobby "The Brain" Heenan commented that he would have been pleased to manage Konnan or Dean Malenko in his day.
- Mike Tenay pointed out to the viewers that the woman in the front row was Dean Malenko's wife.

Ring Confrontation
As Dean Malenko was getting his belt, Chris Beniot and Arn Anderson met him halfway to the ring. They have a stare down between each other, before the two Horsemen run into the ring and mudhole stomp Konnan; a member of the Dungeon of Doom. After a few moments of the mudhole stomping the Titantron gets an image and it is of "The Taskmaster" Kevin Sullivan. You can vaguely make out the setting, but you see Sullivan, The Faces of Fear, Hugh Morrus, and the outline of the seven foot monster the Giant. Kevin Sullivan says they were the ones behind the attack on Mongo McMichael, and that Chris Beniot should keep his friends close he started with three and at the end of the night tonight he has only two, and the night wasn't over. Then, Kevin Sullivan goes on about how he has the Dungeon of Doom backing him, and how all Beniot has is an washed up, old-timer in Arn Anderson. Then there is a wideshot making it out that they are in a dark room, there are some mops, buckets, and lots of metal in the room. Kevin Sullivan states that they are in the boiler room and if Beniot or any of the other Horsemen want to come get some they are welcome. Arn Anderson and Chris Beniot run to the back, as you see a beaten up Konnan and Jimmy Hart.

Commercial Break

"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan versus V.K. Wallstreet
Jim Duggan came out to a large pop, and worked the crowd real well. As Wallstreet came out you could hear many "Boo's" from the crowd. At the start of the match, Jim Duggan got the crowd going with a short "U.S.A." chant which steamed up Wallstreet. The match went back and forth for the most part, no one really gaining the upperhand. They both missed needed finishers in the match; Duggan missing his three-point stance hitting the turnbuckle, and Wallstreet missing his Wallstreet Crash almost costing him the match. Jim Duggan grabbed his 2x4 and attempted to hit V.K., the referee made him give up the wooden weapon and with that Wallstreet connected with the Wallstreet Crash for the pinfall.
Winner: V.K. Wallstreet Time: 6:11
Announcing Comments:
- Bobby "The Brain" Heenan said that he might switch brokers and get Wallstreet as his broker if V.K. wrestlers as good as he makes money.
- Tony Schiavone couldn't resist talking about the Dungeon of Doom/Four Horsemen fued, he never seems to stay on the match at hand.

Ric Flair versus Scott Steiner
Scott Steiner, and his brother Rick, came out to a large pop, and they slapped hands with kids around the ringside and down the stretch. Once Ric Flair came out, the crowd was split down the center half screaming with joy for Flair the other half boo'ing incredibly loud. The two began with a grapple which they broke off, followed by another grapple which both broke off, and the final grapple in which the Steiner brother took the upperhand. For the first three minutes Scott used his power to his advantage slamming Flair and doing one nasty vertical suplex. The tables turned for only a couple minutes, as Flair lowblowed Steiner. After the first seven-eight minutes, it was a all-out brawl each man throwing anything they had left at their opposition. After Scott Steiner connected with a powerslam from Flair who was coming off the ropes, Elizabeth got on the apron and distracted the referee. Ric Flair took the metal suitcase, and jammed it into Scott's stomach then across his back. As the referee turned around he counted the three and gave Ric Flair his World Heavyweight Belt.
Winner: Ric Flair Time: 13:00
Announcing Comments:
- Mike Tenay informed us that Scott Steiner has wrestled in more than ten countries with his brother, Rick.

Boiler Room Brawl
We see a cameraman running with the camera through a hall, and into a room. The room is dark, and you can makeout Steve "Mongo" McMichael exchanging body blows with the Barbarian, and Arn Anderson delivering kicks to the midsection on Hugh Morrus as well as trying to fend off Meng. You can see Beniot and Sullivan fighting in the background. The camera falls and you can only see up to the wrestlers knees, as the cameraman had been hit by something or other. The program closes.



Can anyone give me feedback on this.
 

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Saturday Night Wrestling

January 8th, 1996
Olympia, Washington
Hosted:
Mike Tenay, Larry Zybysko

After a minor set of fireworks, that in no way compares to Monday Night Nitro's firework set, Mike Tenay welcomes the viewers for tuning in this Saturday to watch Saturday Night Wrestling from Olympia, Washington. Mike Tenay goes over the three matches that are leading up to the main event, where Eddie Guerrero, current United States Champion will defend his belt against one half of the Faces of Fear, Barbarian.

Nasty Boys versus the Armstrongs
The Armstrong brothers came out to a negative pop, despite them trying to please the crowd slapping hands of the crowd around the ringside. The Nasty Boys on the otherhand recieved a large pop from the crowd. The Nasty Boys started the action on the outside pummeling down the Armstrong brothers for a good two minutes before the referee got them to take it into the ring. Saggs and Steve Armstrong started it off, and for the rest of the match it was the Nasty Boys with the dominant control. After a series of slams, suplexs, bodychops, and clothesline the Nasty Boys made the pinfall with a splash on Scott Armstrong. But for a few minutes the Nasty Boys continued the brawling up to the eighth row in the crowd until three referees and two officials had broken up the two tagteams.
Winner: The Nasty Boys Time: 8:37
Announcing Comments:
- Mike Tenay explored with the viewers the entricate history of the Armstrongs in NWA/WCW
- Larry Zybysko made a few jokes about the Nasty Boys, talking about their outdated haircuts and wondering if they ever took showers today or this week.

Interview with the Nasty Boys
Gene Okerlund caught up with the Nasty Boys who were in their locker room. Gene Okerlund asked the question we all expected and it was why had the Nasty Boys attacked the Amazing French Canadians. Knobbs did most of the talking and explained to "Mean" Gene that the AFC can't just go about demanding titleshots in the business. That they have to work their way up the ladder, and the Nasty Boys are in their way. Knobbs also mentioned that if the AFC wanted titleshots they had to go threw them, so why not give them a taste of the things to come in their match.

Glacier versus Bunkhouse Buck
Bunkhouse Buck came out to a unexcited crowd, who neither gave him a cheer or a boo. The lights went out and complete darkness enthralled the arena, must thought people in the back had flipped the wrong switch, but after a few moments blue lights went all over and the lights were back on. Glacier in the ring. Their was an enourmous pop that hadn't been heard that night. The match started, and Bunkhouse Buck jobbed to Glacier to put him over. Glacier dominated the short match, with a series kicks and martial arts moves that not many in the business could pull off. He won with a chronic kick.
Winner: Glacier Time: 2:14
Announcing Comments:
- Mike Tenay informed us that Glacier's family were all law enforcement officers, though Glacier went the route of becoming a wrestler.
- Larry Zybysko commented on how he felt sorry for Bunkhouse Buck, laying down to these newcomers to make them get a name for themselves.

Commercial Break

The Giant versus Casey Thompson/Buck Brezner
This was a handi-cap match. Casey Thompson and Buck Brezner came out to a crowd who weren't to excited about seeing them. As the Giant, with manager "Mouth of the South" Jimmy Hart enteed the ring the crowd filled the arena with a large "Boo." Despite the handi-cap The Giant had control over the match almost through its entirety. The only real time the two young men were in control was when Buck Brezner nailed the Giant with a top-rope missile dropkick, only to have both men thrown off the Giant getting out of the pin. At the four minute mark, the Giant double choke-slammed both men and got the pin.
Winner: The Giant Time: 4:06
Announcing Comments:
- Larry Zybysko joked about the two younger men having the handi-cap on them facing the Giant in a two-on-one bout.

Jimmy Hart Chattering
Jimmy Hart grabbed a microphone once the match was finished. He announced to the world that this great specimen known as the Giant just defeated two World Championship Wrestling superstars at the same time. He went on for a few minutes about how strong the Dungeon of Doom were, and how much stronger they were with the Giant, at their side. He bad-mouthed the Four Horsemen for a moment, and told Chris Beniot that he would get what was coming to him after laying his hands on him and Kevin Sullivan, and that Konnan would meet him in a Texas Death Straph Match on Nitro.

Eddie Guerrero versus The Barbarian
The Barbarian came out to a negative pop, second loudest of the night behind fellow Dungeon of Doom member the Giant. Eddie Guerrero was the second to come out and was welcomed with a good-sized pop. The match started with Barbarian trying to nail powermoves on the agile Guerrero, who simply evaded most of his clothesline and big boot attempts. Eddie was doing great for the first few minutes avoiding Barbarian's grapples, but he was caught trying to attempt a crossbody from the top rope. For a minute or two, the Barbarian then dominated the match with elbow and legdrops on the fallen Eddie. Guerrero gained control when Barbarian missed a kneedrop from the middle rope. Guerrero then used his agility to his advantage running circles around the big man wearing him down, until he landing a swinging neckbreaker, which he then capitalized with with a frogsplash from the top rope.
Winner: Eddie Guerrero Time: 9:40
Announcing Comments:
- Larry Zybysko stated that the Barbarian has always been a man to stay on his feet and use his strength as an advantage, and that he has no business doing aerial moves.
- Mike Tenay gave us a piece of information saying the Barbarian used to be a rugby player for his home country.
 

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Great Job on both shows dude cant wait to see next week.Brings back memories of the old WCW lol.I give it a 8/1o and Im looking forward to next weeks.Like i told you on messenger...only flaw was no Sting,Luger,Macho,Rey Rey,or Harlem Heat lol.Great job tho.
 

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Thank you, very much, for giving me feedback. I know there is no Harlem Heat, Sting, Lex Luger, "Macho Man" Randy Savage, or Rey Mysterio Jr. in the two most recent cards, but no worry you will see Sunday Pro Wrestling and Monday Night Nitro done by tonight and Savage, Harlem Heat, and Rey Mysterio are all on the card. Another bad thing about having such a large roster, is some of the better wrestlers won't be wrestling for a time, because I do not want to have six main event worthy matches and two jobber ones on Nitro. Thank you, again.


Sunday Pro Wrestling

January 9th, 1996
Walla Walla, Washington
Hosted:
Tony Schiavone, and Dusty Rhodes

A small set of fireworks and pyros blast off as "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes, and Tony Schiavone welcome the viewers for tuning in for Sunday Pro Wrestling tonight. They do a rundown of the matches that will be featured tonight, including; the WCW Tagteam Champions Harlem Heat put their belts on the line against the Blue Bloods.

Billy Kidman versus La Parka
La Parka came out to a negative pop, with many people in the crowd boo'ing at him. Billy Kidman was the second to arrive, and recieved a huge pop. The match started with a grapple, in which La Parka took the opening advantage whipping Billy Kidman into the ropes. From there Kidman did a flying crossbody, and for the next few minutes the match was all Billy Kidman. He completed a few aerial moves from the toprope which got the crowd pumping. La Parka got the best of Billy Kidman ramming his knee into Kidman's side, knocking him out of the ring over the middle rope. La Parka fell to a knee in the center of the ring to catch his breath, and unbeknowst to him Kidman had ascended atop the top turnbuckle catching La Parka by surprise when he turned around. With a hurricanrana into the pin, Billy Kidman won this match.
Winner: Billy Kidman Time:4:49
Announcing Comments:
- Tony Schiavone informed us that this was another match in the eight-man tournament.
- Dusty Rhodes commented that La Parka looked to big to be a cruiserweight competitor.

Disco Inferno versus "Hardwork" Bobby Walker
Disco Inferno was the first one to come out, the crowd was barely amused with most eating their snacks and drinking their beverages. There were a few girls in front row who were very happy to see Disco Inferno, who actually stood in front of them doing his disco moves which they mimiced. Bobby Walker came out next to a moderate-sized pop, though if you look closer it is not in fact because of him but of his company, Ice Train. The match started off in a grapple, and Disco took his experience in the ring to his advantage kneeing Bobby in the gut. It was a pretty well fought out and even match throughout its entirety. During the later section of the match Disco nailed a bulldog, which put him as the dominator of the match. Not too long after Disco nailed a DDT for the win.
Winner: Disco Inferno Time: 5:03
Announcing Comments:
- Dusty Rhodes encouraged the young lad Bobby Walker, and was happy to see Ice Train take him under his wing.

Interview with the Dungeon of Doom
There is a shot in the boiler room of the arena in Walla Walla. Kevin Sullivan is standing in the foreground with his manager, "The Mouth of the South" Jimmy Hart. Kevin Sullivan told the Four Horsemen that them trying to stop up against the Dungeon of Doom is ludacris. He then goes on to say that his opponent tonight will be the first one to feel his wrath.

Commercial Break

Kevin Sullivan versus Robert Gibson
Robert Gibson was already in the ring when the commercial ended. Kevin Sullivan walked out with Jimmy Hart, to a negative pop with many people boo'ing him in the crowd. The match started and from the beginning Kevin Sullivan dominated the entire match. He hit key moves which granted him the victory, the Tree of Woe and the Reverse Heimlich. After the match was over Kevin Sullivan put Robert Gibson in the Tree of Woe again, and continued to pummel him without remorse. It took a few officials, and referees to pull him away.
Winner: Kevin Sullivan Time:3:37
Announcing Comments:
- Dusty Rhodes commented saying Kevin Sullivan is "a man not to make mad, who can turn a fight into an obsession"

The Blue Bloods Locker Room
It cuts from the ring to the locker room of the Blue Bloods. "Lord" Steven Regal and "Squire" David Taylor decked out in their English clothing are talking to their butler, Geaves, and new inductee to the Blue Bloods, Bobby Eaton. They are telling the two that if the situation in the ring against the Harlem Heat gets sticky, they insist on them using "unlawful tactics" if it calls for it.

Harlem Heat versus The Blue Bloods
The Blue Bloods are the first to arrive, with Bobby Eaton and Geaves following quietly behind them. They recieve a negative pop partially due to them bad-mouthing the crowd. When Harlem Heat came out they recieved an enourmous pop, and slapped hands with many of the people on the way down to the ring. Booker T and David Taylor were the first two to start this match off. The first four minutes were ups and downs with more of the match controlled by the Blue Bloods. As the fifth minute approached Stevie Ray, who had just been tagged in, made a big difference giving right hands to both members just before scoop slamming them. Once it hit the seven minute mark, Booker T was once again tagged in and spin-kicked David Taylor over the top rope. Only Booker T and Steven Regal remained in the ring, and into the ring came Geaves pulled by Regal, he got the spin-kick right in the jaw knocking him down. Steven Regal turned around then and lowblowed Booker T. The bell was soon rang as an all out brawl happened in the ring.
Winner: Harlem Heat Time: 7:23
Announcing Comments:
- Dusty Rhodes felt the Blue Bloods weren't treating Geaves right
- Tony Schiavone messed up saying a clothesline was a lariat.
 

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u cut & pasted this u fool u can see how fake it is, i've read this b4.If u cant make up your own stuff den don't waste our time by writing results from a few years back.Theses are soooo fake its unbelievable.
 

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So I copy and pasted this? You have to be the most disrespectful person I have met on this board so far. And, if you are going to comment that I am copying stuff at least write out the words. For you all to know this isn't copied from any card. I would also like to know how soooo fake they are it is unbelievable? I am aware that you probably might have seen one of these matches before, it is common. RAW has thirty to fourty wrestlers, after so many matches they're are going to be repeats. So I am sorry, if I redid a match that happened back then, and if you do not like it then buzz off. I know there are others who like it who can actually judge it.

And, if you are saying all of this because I used the Four Horsemen/Dungeon of Doom angle then the best luck you got is to just get over it. I personally enjoyed that angle and would love to do it again with my own ideas. After some research, I will have you know my dates are incorrect and two days after the real event in the year 1996, my locations are completely wrong, I have one less announcer for Nitro, Sunday Pro Wrestling and Saturday Night Wrestling announcers should switch positions, and that is the first thing that's different from the original in the first three lines.
 

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no the way its been written ,you've changed sum shit around and thats it.All thses angles happened years ago ur such a fucking liar
 
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