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WCW 2000: The Dying Years

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Slamboree 2000 took place on May 7, 2000 at Kemper Arena in Kansas City, Missouri.


Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.


Chris Candido (with Tammy) defeated The Artist (with Paisley) to retain the WCW Cruiserweight Championship (7:59)

Candido pinned The Artist after a Diving Headbutt.


Terry Funk defeated Norman Smiley and Ralphus in a Handicap Hardcore match to retain the WCW Hardcore Championship (10:03)

Funk pinned Smiley with a Small Package.


Shawn Stasiak defeated Curt Hennig (7:54)

Stasiak pinned Hennig with a Fisherman's Suplex.


Scott Steiner (with Midajah and Shakira) defeated Captain Rection to retain the WCW United States Championship (9:24)

Steiner forced Rection to submit with the Steiner Recliner.


Mike Awesome fought Kanyon to a no contest (12:11)


The match was declared a no contest after Kevin Nash, Billy Kidman, Chris Candido, Shane Douglas, Ric Flair, and Sting all interfered in the match.


The Total Package defeated Buff Bagwell (9:30)

The Total Package forced Bagwell to submit with the Torture Rack.


After the match, Chuck Palumbo attacked The Total Package and put him in the Torture Rack.


Shane Douglas defeated Ric Flair (8:46)

Douglas pinned Flair after David Flair hit Ric with a baseball bat.


Sting defeated Vampiro (6:49)

Sting pinned Vampiro after a Scorpion Deathdrop.


Hulk Hogan (with Horace Hogan) defeated Billy Kidman (with Torrie Wilson) (with Eric Bischoff as Special Guest Referee) (13:31)

Hulk pinned Kidman after Kidman missed a splash and went through a table.


Jeff Jarrett defeated David Arquette © and Diamond Dallas Page in a Ready to Rumble Cage match to win the WCW World Heavyweight Championship (15:30)

Jarrett grabbed the belt to win after Arquette hit Page with a guitar.

After the match, Kanyon came out in an attempt to save DDP from a Jarrett and Mike Awesome beatdown, only to have Awesome toss Kanyon off the second tier of the cage onto the entrance ramp.



OK so this is my starting point here. I'll explain in the next post what I plan on doing and how I've changed my match write ups and stuff.

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What to Expect


So what can one expect from my vision of WCW? To be honest here, there is a lot of things that I truely would like to fix right away. From the stupid Millionaire Club Vs New Blood storyline to the Hardcore Championship. However, even though I'm not using TEW as a base since the game on my computer is messed up, I can't do that as it would feel to me a bit weird and wrong. Now I can gradually pharse out some things and gradually introduce some things but basically, I'll try to make sense of


My vision of WCW is trying to be the true alternative to the WWF. Now like I said, even the sistuations and talent I have to work with currently, that's going to be hard to do but as the diary(hopefully) starts rolling, hopefully I can mold WCW into that vision that I forsee them to be. I might as help from the experts writers here(ex: BigPapa42, Phatom Stranger, Eisen-verse, my good friend GhostDogg) regarding on how to accomplish that.


Usually for match write ups, I write it up move by move, which actually burns me out. This time, I'll try to use a more quicker summary for the TV matches. Promos will be written so that part wouldn't change.


As for adding new talent, since this is not a TEW base diary, it' going to be hard to sign someone realistically. However, lucky for me, I'm real familar with this time period so I know about the workers of this time period. Now I won't take any WWf talent just because it's feels unrealistic and if I did, I would have to make logic of the it. Mostly, the people I sign with be indy guys and some internation guys since I used to love when WCW would feature some foreign workers.


I might create like a Random Thoughts for this. I want to do something that you readers could relate to some I know I'm going to have to talk to Ghost about this one. Also, I'll have a prediciton prize or sorts like that. Something like chose a match you would like to see or soemthing in that vain.


That's about it. Shows being posted all depends on time, family and etc. Hopefully I can keep this project longer and if not, I had a plan to do a TNA 2006 diary but I pushed that aside for this.

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