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<strong>Week 3, August 1994</strong></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>News and Tidbits from WCW</strong></p><p> </p><p>

-First, to get it out of the way, there is no further comment on the Davey Boy Smith/Dynamite Kid situation from the UK. Dynamite Kid was incredibly unprofessional and WCW has moved on.</p><p>

-WCW has reached agreements with TNT UK and TV Azteca at last to broadcast events going forward. This was largely influenced by the success of both Battlestars this month and Bash at the Beach the month prior. Getting access to these international markets was a major point of emphasis for WCW management.</p><p>

-The Hulk Hogan vs Giant Haystacks match was incredibly well received. Haystacks and Hogan worked well together in the ring and Haystacks had no problem letting Hogan get his spots in. A match that was MUCH better than expected.</p><p>

-Dave "Fit" Finlay put in some good work for WCW over the past few weeks. His contract was only short term and has expired, but WCW officials are said to be open to a return for the Irish star in the future.</p><p>

-WCW has released Bill Dundee and Rip Rogers from their contracts with WCW. Dundee was working as Sir William, but management felt that he was not clicking with Steven Regal on air.</p><p>

-Hector Guerrero's stint with WCW was just a one-night deal.</p><p>

-Finally, WCW's World in Japan show has been delayed to September due to scheduling conflicts. </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Rumor Mill</strong></p><p>

-WCW management is VERY high on Doom. The team is getting solid reactions from the audience and the early returns on their work has shown that Butch Reed still has a lot left to offer. </p><p>

-Randy Savage had some favorable things to say about WCW in a recent magazine article. Is Savage greasing the wheels for a jump to WCW?</p><p>

-Terry Funk is very high on Bobby Walker and there are rumors that he is really pushing WCW hard to give the young man a run.</p><p>

-Is Gary Hart bringing back The Great Muta? Kabuki? No one is sure, but needless to say his appearance has stirred things up. </p><p>

-It sounds like a foregone conclusion that Arn Anderson will return to WCW at Clash of the Champions. </p><p>

-Don't expect to see Hulk Hogan wrestle at the September pay-per-view. Apparently he has some tv episodes to film.</p><p>

-WCW is looking to bring in some veteran hands to fill out the roster with some fresh talent, particularly in the tag team scene.</p>

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Week 4, August 1994</p><p> </p><p>

<strong>WWF Monday Night Raw #77</strong></p><p> </p><p>

Region: Mid South</p><p>

Venue: TX Houston Summit (Attendance: 15,000)</p><p>

Rating:N/A (Viewers: N/A)</p><p>

<strong>Card Rating: B</strong></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>The Saint defeated Mike Quackenbush (Rating: C)</strong></p><p>

Rick Steiner And Scott Steiner Are Interviewed By Lord Hayes (Rating: B-)</p><p>

<strong>Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Thurman Sparky Plugg (Rating: B-)</strong></p><p>

<em>Cornette Issues Open Challenge On Behalf Of Landel And Jarrett (Rating: C)</em></p><p><em>

Cornette says that his </em><em><strong>Camp</strong></em><em>, currently consisting of Landel and Jarrett, are the best wrestlers WWF has to offer. And to prove it, they'll be taken an open challenge from any tag team daring enough to face them - at SummerSlam!</em></p><p>

<strong>Houston Heat defeated The Bushwhackers (Rating: C+)</strong></p><p>

Houston Heat Promo (Rating: B)</p><p>

<em>Houston Heat? Who's that? Well, apparantly Booker T and Stevie Ray have decided to take the name of their home town. They explain that it's time people knew their true origins - and what better time to announce it than now, in Houston? Before the crowd got to cheer too much, Booker T and Stevie Ray told them to shut up, and that they didn't take the name to be associated with all these fat scumbags in the crowd today. They claim that these no-good slobs are the same kind of racist suckas who tried to brand them as common thugs from Harlem. No, the reason why they take the name 'Houston' into their team name is to ensure that there's at least 2 things originating from Houston that aren't a total failure and complete waste of life: Booker T and Stevie Ray. The crowd was unsurprisingly not impressed with that speech.</em></p><p>

1-2-3 Kid Is Interviewed By Lord Hayes (Rating: C+)</p><p>

<strong>Jake Roberts defeated Nikolai Volkoff (Rating: C)</strong></p><p>

<em>Jake wins after botched interference by IRS.</em></p><p>

Roberts And I.R.S. Argue (Rating: B)</p><p>

<em>The Snake and the Taxman agree to a match at SummerSlam!</em></p><p>

Tatanka And Luger Argue (Rating: B)</p><p>

<em>Both men have finally had enough! The only way to settle their dispute now is through a match, man against man, at SummerSlam!</em></p><p>

<strong>Shawn Michaels defeated Marcus Bagwell (Rating: B)</strong></p><p>

<em>A good effort by Bagwell, but sadly not enough in the end to upset The Heartbreak Kid.</em></p><p>

The Undertaker Challenges Yokozuna (Rating: B+)</p><p>

<em>The Undertaker states that he and Yokozuna will have a casket match at SummerSlam, a re-match of their Royal Rumble casket match earlier this year. The deadman makes it known that Yokozuna has no choice in the matter and that he cannot escape his destiny. The Undertaker looked extremely threatening throughout this promo.</em></p><p>

Ted DiBiase Is Interviewed By Lord Hayes (Rating: B)</p><p>

<em>DiBiase talks about how things are really going his way currently and that at SummerSlam, his clients IRS and Lex Luger will come out victorious.</em></p><p>

<strong>Bret Hart and Randy Savage went to a no contest with Owen Hart and Diesel (Rating: B-)</strong></p><p>

<em>The ref rules the match a no-contest after it ended in a big brawl at ringside that also involved Shawn Michaels, Jim Neidhart and 1-2-3 Kid.</em></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>WWF Superstars #419</strong></p><p> </p><p>

Region: Mid South</p><p>

Venue: TX Houston Summit (Attendance: 15,000)</p><p>

Rating:N/A (Viewers: N/A)</p><p>

<strong>Card Rating: C</strong></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Doug Williams defeated Mike Quackenbush (Rating: F)</strong></p><p>

Alundra Makes Open Challenge (Rating: C-)</p><p>

<em>Blayze challenges any woman in the whole world to make an attempt at her championship! She's prepared to defeat anyone at any time!</em></p><p>

<strong>The Midnight Males defeated JW Storm and Tony DeVito (Rating: D+)</strong></p><p>

Ted DiBiase Hypes I.R.S. vs. Roberts (Rating: B-)</p><p>

<strong>Bob Backlund defeated Bert Centeno (Rating: D+)</strong></p><p>

Billy Gunn And Bart Gunn Are Interviewed By Lord Hayes (Rating: C)</p><p>

<strong>Jeff Jarrett defeated Doink The Clown (Rating: C)</strong></p><p>

Pierre and Polo Mocks Jacques Rougeau (Rating: D+)</p><p>

<em>Pierre and his sleezy manager, Johnny Polo, are mocking Jacques due to his handicap defeat last week. They offer him another handicap match at SummerSlam - when Jacques brother, Raymond, unexpectadly appears at his brother's side to make it a tag team challenge! The Fabulous Rogeaus will re-unite for one match only at SummerSlam!</em></p><p>

<strong>Men on a Mission defeated Well Dunn (Rating: D+)</strong></p>

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- Due to many positive comments on last week's brief mention of the 2 Cold Scorpio interview, we dug out a few interesting parts from an interview he did earlier this year with John Clark:</p><p>

"I didn't like working so much with Flyin’ Brian. I wasn't too crazy about his style. He was always considered one of the great high-flyers but I just never really respected him I guess because he really didn't respect me. I guess it was one of those things, a conflict with another high-flyer coming in. You know how that is."</p><p> </p><p>

"I think right now today there ain't no way that I shouldn't have been the U.S. TV heavyweight champion. I now should be maybe running an angle with Steve Regal or I think I should have been a U.S. champion before Dustin (Rhodes) was a champion. But then again, that comes back from his daddy being in the office, if you ask me. But the thing about Dustin is he's a good kid and he works really hard and if it wasn't from his daddy I think he'd be a hell of a lot more wrestler and people would respect him a lot more."</p><p> </p><p>

Scorpio also talked about how being black probably hurt his career opportunities i WCW, that he'd do whatever he liked when fighting jobbers and that he'd be a professional football player or stay-at-home mom if he weren't a wrestler. Fascinating stuff.</p><p> </p><p>

- Speaking of football players, WWF denies rumors that they're planning to involve Walter Payton with SummerSlam in any way.</p><p> </p><p>

- Booker T and Stevie Ray's name change from <em>The Heat</em> to <em>Houston Heat</em> at RAW this week was supposedly the result of Vince McMahon feeling the former was too nondescript. Vince was seen furious how such a lackluster name was greenlighted in the first place - untill some poor soul mentioned that it was Vince's own doing...</p>

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My iews sop far on this Dynasty is that both sides are written brilliantly, nice and easy to read, and also quick and simple with just the right amount of info.


Feel proper engaged in it as well, probably as 90's-00's was my main era of following wrestling, especially when I discovered WCW on late night tv in the uk. For me back then the wrestling in WCW was better but the hype in WWF was better. Fast forward this time of 94 and things were changing and this Dynasty is showing that perfectly. So well done guys.


Oh and just from my point of view at the moment...... I'm a WCW fan, they seem to have more engaging shows with better matches, while WWF seems to be slowly improving but seems very samey in booking, due to roster I would imagine. but again Great work!

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My iews sop far on this Dynasty is that both sides are written brilliantly, nice and easy to read, and also quick and simple with just the right amount of info.


Feel proper engaged in it as well, probably as 90's-00's was my main era of following wrestling, especially when I discovered WCW on late night tv in the uk. For me back then the wrestling in WCW was better but the hype in WWF was better. Fast forward this time of 94 and things were changing and this Dynasty is showing that perfectly. So well done guys.


Oh and just from my point of view at the moment...... I'm a WCW fan, they seem to have more engaging shows with better matches, while WWF seems to be slowly improving but seems very samey in booking, due to roster I would imagine. but again Great work!


Appreciate the kind words! We are having a lot of fun with the game and the diary write up is designed to be simple, quick moving but still enjoyable. We are getting close to the next set of events, so prediction contests are upcoming.


I was always a bigger WCW fan, to the point of exclusivity most of the time, but I agree that for most of the 90s the WWF just out produced WCW despite poor matches.

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WCW Presents...



Live! on TBS

Wednesday, Week 4 August 1994!


Don't miss the exciting action when WCW travels to Orlando, Florida for Clash of the Champions XXVIII. The stars of WCW will be out in full force, including WCW World Heavyweight Champion Hulk Hogan! The Stinger! The Nature Boy Ric Flair! The British Bulldog Davey Boy Smith and more! Plus, the return to the ring of The American Dream Dusty Rhodes!


Mark your calendars and make sure you don't miss, WCW Clash of the Champions XXVIII at 8:05PM, only on TBS!


Official Card


The Main Event

Hulk Hogan & Sting vs Sid Vicious & Ric Flair w/ Bobby "The Brain" Heenan

Ric Flair is determined to get his title back by any means necessary. Bobby Heenan has brought Sid Vicious to the table and combined they seek to destroy Hogan! Sting has come to Hogan's aid but is that only going to put Sting in the crosshairs? Plus, how will Hogan deal with his cracked ribs suffered in his match in Britain against Giant Haystacks?

WCW World Television Championship

Lord Steven Regal © defends against "The British Bulldog" Davey Boy Smith

British Pride on the line! Regal takes it personally that he was knocked out the European Cup and has something to prove against the popular Bulldog!


Taped Fists Match

Jim Duggan answers the challenge against Vader!

Jim Duggan has seen enough! The flag waiving patriot will go toe to toe with the most dominant force in professional wrestling!


WCW United States Championship

Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat © defends against "Stunning" Steve Austin

In a return bout from their strong match at Bash at the Beach, Steve Austin seeks to regain his title from Ricky Steamboat. Can Steamboat overcome Austin's cheating ways to keep his belt?

A Family Matter

Dusty Rhodes & Dustin Rhodes take on Terry Funk and Bunkhouse Buck w/Col. Robert Parker

In one of the most highly anticipated matches of the night, Dusty Rhodes makes a surprising return to the ring to help his son take on the Stud Stable. Col. Robert Parker and his bodyguard Meng will be at ringside for this emotional contest!



Prediction Listing

Hulk Hogan & Sting vs Ric Flair & Sid Vicious

Lord Steven Regal vs Davey Boy Smith (TV Title Match)

Jim Duggan vs Vader (Taped Fists)

Ricky Steamboat vs Steve Austin (US Title Match)

Dusty & Dustin Rhodes vs Terry Funk & Bunkhouse Buck


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hmmm are WCW slipping? would have expected more title matches on Clash of the CHAMPIONS...but we'll see



Hulk Hogan & Sting vs Ric Flair & Sid Vicious

Heels to build a bit of momentum Sid to look strong

Lord Steven Regal vs Davey Boy Smith (TV Title Match)

Picking with my heart rather than my head

Jim Duggan vs Vader (Taped Fists)

Hooooooooooooo NO! the Big Van V all the way

Ricky Steamboat vs Steve Austin (US Title Match)

Match of the night for me, Could go either way, but Austin steals it and "Stuns" everyone haha

Dusty & Dustin Rhodes vs Terry Funk & Bunkhouse Buck

Family reunion but not a celebration Funk and Buck to take it Out side interference from someone perhaps?

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<p>Prediction Listing</p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Hulk Hogan & Sting</strong> vs Ric Flair & Sid Vicious</p><p>

:<em>Can't see your two top babyfaces not taking this one. Maybe DQ to keep Flair and Sid strong.</em></p><p> </p><p>

Lord Steven Regal vs <strong>Davey Boy Smith</strong> (TV Title Match)</p><p>

:<em>Bulldog has got this, good way to start a push for him.</em></p><p> </p><p>

Jim Duggan vs <strong>Vader </strong>(Taped Fists)</p><p>

:<em>If Duggan wins, we riot.</em></p><p> </p><p>

Ricky Steamboat vs <strong>Steve Austin</strong> (US Title Match)</p><p>

:<em>Toughest match to predict, I think we will see Austin reclaim to start a push towards the World Title.</em></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Dusty & Dustin Rhodes</strong> vs Terry Funk & Bunkhouse Buck</p><p>

:<em>The Dream ain't coming back to lose.</em></p>

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<p><strong>Hulk Hogan & Sting </strong>vs Ric Flair & Sid Vicious</p><p>

Lord Steven Regal vs <strong>Davey Boy Smith</strong> (TV Title Match)</p><p>

Jim Duggan vs <strong>Vader </strong>(Taped Fists)</p><p>

Ricky Steamboat vs <strong>Steve Austin</strong> (US Title Match)</p><p>

<strong>Dusty & Dustin Rhodes </strong>vs Terry Funk & Bunkhouse Buck</p>

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<p><strong>Hulk Hogan & Sting </strong>vs Ric Flair & Sid Vicious</p><p>

Lord Steven Regal vs <strong>Davey Boy Smith</strong> (TV Title Match)</p><p>

Jim Duggan vs <strong>Vader</strong> (Taped Fists)</p><p>

<strong>Ricky Steamboat</strong> vs Steve Austin (US Title Match)</p><p>

<strong>Dusty & Dustin Rhodes</strong> vs Terry Funk & Bunkhouse Buck</p>

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<p><strong>Hulk Hogan & Sting</strong> vs Ric Flair & Sid Vicious</p><p>

<strong>Lord Steven Regal</strong> vs Davey Boy Smith (TV Title Match)</p><p>

I have a suspicion we'll see a WoS legend cost Davey</p><p> </p><p>

Jim Duggan vs <strong>Vader</strong> (Taped Fists)</p><p>

Ricky Steamboat vs <strong>Steve Austin</strong> (US Title Match)</p><p>

Dusty & Dustin Rhodes vs <strong>Terry Funk & Bunkhouse Buck</strong></p><p>

Interference finish</p>

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<p>Hogan & Sting - <em>Hulkamaniacs and Little Stingers unite!</em></p><p>

Lord Regal - <em>I could also very much see you do the time limit finish for this one, but either way the belt doesn't change hands.</em></p><p>

Vader - <em>Vader doesn't need taped fists! Vader just needs fists to prove he's the man!</em></p><p>

Steve Austin - <em>I find it doubtful that Austin is moving ahead of this division, so he retains.</em></p><p>

Dusty & Dustin - <em>Duthty don't just come in to do a quick job, babay.</em></p>

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<p>Just caught up and loving the direct, concise write ups with a heavier emphasis on big shows. </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Hulk Hogan & Sting</strong> vs Ric Flair & Sid Vicious - <em>Hulk doesn't lose unless someone else takes the pin and I'd be surprised if Sting does.</em></p><p> </p><p>

Lord Steven Regal vs <strong>Davey Boy Smith</strong> (TV Title Match) - <em>After winning the European cup, this would be the perfect way to build on that momentum. Perhaps he was even promised a title run in negotiations to sign him?</em></p><p> </p><p>

Jim Duggan vs <strong>Vader</strong> (Taped Fists) - <em>Vader's too good at this point of his career and Duggan is too past it. Dominant win for Vader</em></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Ricky Steamboat</strong> vs Steve Austin (US Title Match) - <em>Tough one to call, I think Ricky keeps it this time with a post match beatdown to set up a rematch.</em></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Dusty & Dustin Rhodes</strong> vs Terry Funk & Bunkhouse Buck - <em>I'm torn on this. Terry/Buck winning has a better set up for the future, but with no idea on how much work Dusty will be doing in ring, it's hard to call. Going to go for the feel good of Dusty + Dustin getting the win.</em></p>

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Wednesday Week 4, August 1994


Clash of the Champions XXVIII

Region: South East

Venue: Amway Arena in Orlando Florida (18,039 in attendance. Sell out!)

Broadcasting: Shown live on TBS and around the world through out broadcast affiliates

TV Rating: 2.93 (1,909,240 viewers)

Card Rating: A


Gordon Solie Introduction

Tonight, live on TBS, World Championship Wrestling presents Clash of the Champions XXVIII! It will be one for the ages as the newly reunited Doom will challenge for the WCW World Tag Team Championship, Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat will defend his newly won United States Championship against "Stunning" Steve Austin, Jim Duggan steps up to take on Vader, Dusty Rhodes returns to the ring to team with his son and Hulk Hogan joins forces with Sting to take on Ric Flair and Sid Vicious!


All this and more, tonight, as WCW presents Clash...of the Champions!


Tony: Ladies and gentlemen we are live! on TBS and around the world and we have an amazing card for you tonight! I am joined by my colleague Jesse "The Body" Ventura, and Jesse, tonight is a huge night here at World Championship Wrestling.


Jesse: That's right Ton. Tonight, Hulkamania meets its match. I don't care that he has Sting on his side, there is no way they are walking out of their match with Flair and Sid with the victory. Love him or hate him, and I don't care much for him, you have to respect what Bobby "The Brain" Heenan has put together. Sid is a monster!


Tony: That's right Jesse, it's a huge night and let's get right to the action!


Match #1

The Hardliners (Dick Murdoch & Dick Slater)


The Armstrongs (Brian and Brad)


This was an unadvertised match and was clearly designed to warm up the crowd. Murdoch and Slater are being re-introduced to the WCW audience as in-ring performers after their return at Bash at the Beach. Col. Robert Parker accompanies to them to the ring for what turned into an utter squash match. Murdoch and Slater took turns making quick tags and laying a whoopin on the Armstrong Brothers.


Brad got a hot late in the match and made a valiant charge against The Hardliners. He sent Slater reeling and even dropped him with a vertical suplex to the delight of the crowd. Murdoch slapped the arm though as he went back and gave the crowd a bit of a surprise when he hit Brad Armstrong with a missile drop kick from the middle turnbuckle! A few minutes later and the mach was over.


Winners: The Hardliners

Match Rating: B-

A quick video replay of the events of the past several weeks recounts to the audience that Doom reunited at Bash at the Beach when Butch Reed returned to the company. That sets us up for our first title match of the evening!


Match #2

For the WCW World Tag Team Championship

Cactus Jack & Kevin Sullivan © w/Dave Sullivan


Doom (Ron Simmons & Butch Red) w/Teddy Long


Doom come to the ring to a strong response, accompanied by their manager Teddy Long. Tony comments on the impressive shape both men appear to be in, marveling at Ron Simmons shoulders.


The champions come to the ring next, accompanied by Dave Sullivan. Dave is decked out in Hulkamania attire and Kevin Sullivan is clearly disgusted. Cactus Jack is telling Kevin to focus on the match, but Kevin Sullivan can't keep the contempt off of his face.


The match starts with Ron Simmons and Cactus Jack. As expected, a wild brawl erupts after a few seconds went Jack takes a Simmons shove personally and fires with a stiff forearm. After a strong back and forth of brawling, Simmons is able to get Cactus into the corner and make the tag to Butch. Simmons and Butch work over Cactus in the corner. As Cactus fights to get himself out of to make the tag to Kevin, Dave is on the outside doing Hulk Hogan impersonations to rile up the crowd. Kevin gets disgusted and drops off of the ring apron to tell his brother to stop. In the ring, Jack hits a back body drop on Butch Reed to stop the assault. He stumbles to the corner for the hot tag but no one is there!


Tony and Jesse are falling all over themselves about Kevin Sullivan's lack of focus. Dave is jumping up and down pointing at to the ring. He tries to forcibly get Kevin Sullivan to go the ring which only infuriates him. Kevin decks Dave in the face and wags his finger at his fallen brother. Back in the ring, Cactus is valiantly fighting off Doom 1 on 2! Cactus uses a double clothesline to take both men down which sends Tony into a tizzy. Kevin Sullivan gets back on the apron and Cactus starts asking him what happened with Dave. Kevin and Cactus get into an argument as Dave gets to his feet. Dave motions to Cactus what Kevin did and Cactus can't believe it. Sullivan looks annoyed and finally just decks Cactus! Cactus stumbles backwards, turns around and takes a Dominator from Ron Simmons!




Title Change!!!

Winners:....and new WCW World Tag Team Champions, Doom!

Match Rating: B


Following the match, Doom is celebrating as Kevin Sullivan drags Dave Sullivan up the rampway by his hair, leaving Cactus in the ring. We get a brief sponsorship spot before we cut to the back where...


Interview: Mean Gene Okerlund with "Stunning" Steve Austin

...Gene Okerlund is standing by with Steve Austin! Austin makes it clear that he didn't take Steamboat seriously enough in their last encounter but that he won't make that mistake again tonight. Tonight, Austin becomes the Dragon Slayer!


Segment Rating: B

Doom celebrates their big win!

Backstage we see Teddy Long celebrating with Doom when suddenly Woman appears. She is smiling wide and clapping. She hives Simmons and Butch a patt on the butt and walks out, never saying a word.


Teddy Long: Now what in the world...


Segment Rating: C+


Match #3

A Family Matter

Dusty & Dustin Rhodes


Terry Funk & Bunkhouse Buck w/Col. Robert Parker

This match is clearly personal for everyone involved. Funk and Buck come to the ring first to a pretty loud chorus of boos, accompanied of course by Col. Robert Parker, who is in turn accompanied by his bodyguard Meng. Funk interacts with the crowd like a pro, drawing heat by spitting at them and lunging like he will hit one of them. They get in the ring and Funk trash talks the audience. The crowd erupts when the familiar Western tones hit and Dustin Rhodes comes with his father. The crowd clearly loves Dusty and he knows it, hamming it up for them.


Everything turns to business when the men climb in the ring. The bell is ringing and Funk and Buck attack Dustin and Dusty while they are still in the ropes! The crowd’s reaction turns from boos to cheers though as Dustin and Dusty fight through the bumrush and start knocking Funk and Buck backwards! Funk and Buck slide out of the ring to stop the momentum and Dustin and Dusty get a good moment in the ring to be adored. With order restored, Dustin officially starts the match paired off against Buck.


Once the match gets going, it is a simple southern brawl. Dustin does most of the work for his team. He and Buck handle the majority of the first 3-4 minutes of the match before a distraction from Meng to the referee allows Funk and Buck to start the double team. The referee comes back just in time to prevent Dusty from getting involved. The next few moments are built around Dustin fighting back against alternating quick tags between Funk and Buck. Funk is able to put Dustin down with a bodyslam and then turns his attention to Dusty. The crowd starts chanting “We Want Dusty” as the two men jaw at each other. This is a useful distraction for Dustin Rhodes who is able to stumble to his feet and take Funk down with a clothesline! The crowd goes nuts as Dusty is slamming away on the turnbuckle. Dustin gets the hot tag and Dusty gets in the ring!


Tony: Here comes the American Dream!


Funk gets to his feet and takes a Bionic Elbow! Buck rushes in and gets one as well! Funk gets to his feet and takes another one! Buck gets another one! Elbows for everyone! The crowd is going nuts as Dusty does a little shimmy in the center of the ring and Parker is going bananas on the outside. Buck gets to his feet first and gets whipped into the ropes and taken down with a clothesline. The crowd eats up every moment of Dusty’s offense. Funk to his feet and hits Dusty with a low blow!


Jesse: That’s smart wrestling right there Ton.


The action calms as Funk gets control of the match. His control doesn’t last long before Dusty blocks a punch and starts wailing away! The two men start trading wild punches in true southern style! The referee tries to warn them about closed fists and Funk and Dusty both lay out the referee! The crowd goes crazy as the two men go right back at each other. The lack of a referee allows Buck to charge the ring only to get met by Dustin. An all out brawl has erupted! Dusty and Dustin take control and start landing in-sync punches, with the crowd counting along for each one. They both charge up an elbow and lay out their opponents! Meng pulls Dustin out of the ring! Dusty goes to interfere when Col. Robert Parker slides in with a chair! He swings at Dusty but misses wildly! Parker almost falls to the ground and Dusty sends him over the top rope with a clothesline! The crowd loses its mind when Dusty picks up the chair!


Tony: He’s got the chair!

Jesse: Oh now it’s ok?


Bunkhouse Buck gets to his feet and takes a chair shot that knocks him silly. He stumbles around with a goofy grin before falling flat on his back. Next up his Funk. Dusty lays him out with the chair! Dustin slides in the ring and helps referee Randy Anderson come to just in time to see Dusty make the cover!




Winners: Dusty & Dustin Rhodes

Match Rating: B


After the bell rings, Col. Robert Parker is losing his mind. Meng gets in the ring and hits a karate kick on Dustin Rhodes. Dusty picks up the chair and warns Meng to stay back. Meng tells him to bring it! Dusty swings as hard as he can and bends the chair over Meng's head. Meng lets out an enthusiastic yell and tosses the chair to the side!


Tony: My god! He just took that chair to the head like it was nothing!

Jesse: He liked it Ton! He enjoyed it!


Dusty can't believe it! He charges at Meng and gets chopped down. Meng puts him in a nervehold as The Hardliners make their way to the ring. Dustin gets to his feet but is quickly taken down by Dick Murdoch. The Hardliners are holding Dustin down while Funk and Buck stomp away at Dusty, still locked in Meng's nervehold.


Dustin is trying to get to his feet but Col. Robert Parker comes over and kicks him! Tony is absolutely disgusted at ringside, but suddenly the crowd erupts when Arn Anderson rushes the ring! And he's brought someone with him!


Tony: That's Larry Zbyszko! What's he doing here!

Jesse: Look what's in their hands!


Indeed, Arn Anderson and Larry Zbyszko rush the ring with tire irons. Funk gets a shot from Arn that sends him flying over the top rope. The rest of the Stud Stable clears the ring except for Meng and and Col. Robert Parker. Parker hides behind Meng like a coward, with the rest of the Stud Stable standing outside the ring. Arn and Larry charge forward but Parker ducks under and throws himself over the top rope into the arms of the Hardliners to get out. Meng takes a beating for a few seconds before Arn and Larry throw him over the top crashing down onto the Studs!


The crowd is going wild as Arn and Larry help Dustin and Dusty to their feet. Arn gets on the microphone:


Arn: You boys made a BIG mistake. You see, at first this wasn't personal for me. After what you did at Bash at the Beach, you MADE it personal. And now you're going to find out that when I don't get mad...I get even!


Arn drops the mic and stands tall with Dusty, Dustin and Larry as we get a sponsorship break.


Segment Rating: B


Backstage Segment

Vader is backstage ranting about Jim Duggan, punching everything he sees as he walks buy. He takes out a trash can, puts a dent in a steel production case and even knocks out a cameraman. Schiavone points out that Vader is in a bad mood tonight!


Segment Rating: B



Match #4

WCW United States Heavyweight Championship

Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat ©


"Stunning Steve Austin


The United States title is on the line as "Stunning" Steve Austin squares off with Ricky Steamboat. As the belt is held up by the referee following the entrances, Austin attacks Steamboat and we get off to a hot start. Austin is clearly more serious about the match this time around. The match lasts 20 minutes and is constant back and forth featuring smooth action.


After several minutes of wild exchanges it turned into a technical chess battle. Steamboat held the advantage, but the two displayed a well worked series of reversals from arm bars and leg locks. Steamboat was able to reverse a Cobra Clutch into a back body drop for a near fall. As we approached the 18 minute mark the two men were running at maximum velocity. Steamboat hit a cross body block from the top turnbuckle to the outside that crashed both men into the guard rail! Both men just managed to beat a ten count at that point and Steamboat was clearly favoring his back. Austin began targeting the back and took control of the match. A backbreaker on Steamboat secured a near fall for Austin. Austin put Steamboat on the top turnbuckle and tried for a super-plex, but Steamboat fired up and fought him off, sending him crashing to the mat! The crowd went nuts as Steamboat climbed the top and tried for another cross body, but Austin reversed it into a powerslam! Austin made the cover at the 20 minute mark!


Title Change!!!

Winner: ...and new WCW United States Champion, "Stunning" Steve Austin

Match Rating: A

Match #5

Taped Fists

Vader w/Harley Race


"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan


Vader comes to the ring first and is clearly hated by the crowd. Duggan comes next to a decent pop, waiving his flag and carrying his 2x4.


Jesse: How come it's ok when he uses that thing as a weapon?

Tony: Well he's a good guy Jesse!


This is a taped fists match, meaning no gloves for Vader. Both men have their hands taped and are allowed to use closed fists. After sizing each other up for a few minutes to start, with neither man truly engaging, Vader stiffens up, flexes his shoulders and roars at Duggan. Duggan looks at the crowd and answers with a resounding "HOOOOOOOOOO!" that is cut off by Vader slapping him! What happens next is predictable as Duggan loses it and we have an a straight up fist fight! The two men go back and forth landing stiff blows and rolling around the ropes trying to gain control. Duggan seems to have the upper hand for a minute and has Vader wobbling. He bounces off the ropes to land a shoulder tackle but gets back body dropped for his efforts. From that point on it is total destruction for two straight minutes as Vader just pounds away on Duggan. Duggan haplessly tries to regain the edge but has nothing. He gets to his feet and Vader laughs as Duggan stumbles around, punch drunk, swinging at shadows. He actually connects once on Vader which only makes Vader angrier, resulting in a stiff shot that lays out Duggan. One Vader Bomb later and this one is over.


Winner: Vader

Match Rating: B

Following the match, Vader continues to wail away on Jim Duggan as Harley Race stands by laughing. Suddenly, The Guardian Angel rushes to the ring!


Tony: We haven't seen him since Bash at the Beach!

Jesse: Not sure anyone missed him either!


The Guardian Angel slides under the rope and gets into a brawl with Vader. He clotheslines Vader over the top rope! Vader is about to get back into the ring, but Harley Race calms him down and says "another time." Vader walks backwards up the ramp making the "break you" motion to Guardian Angel.


Segment Rating: A


Match #6

WCW World Television Championship

Lord Steven Regal ©


Davey Boy Smith


This match was designed to showcase the technical abilities of both men. It was awkward for stretches but heated up when Davey Boy turned on the power game which delighted the crowd. Regal worked a traditional heel role here that the crowd loves. His facial reactions are flawless. Regal had Davey Boy in trouble at various points with submission holds, including an abdominal stretch and an arm bar on the mat, but Davey Boy was able to power himself out of both. Davey Boy tried for a sharpshooter which sent the crowd into a tizzy, but Regal was able to grab the ropes to end the attempt.


Moments after the failed sharpshooter, Regal found himself getting tossed around by Davey Boy with various slams and body drops. Davey Boy picked Regal up and press slammed him over the top rope! The crowd loved it but Regal clearly wanted no part of Davey Boy at that point and feigned injury on the outside for the full 10 count! The crowd booed as the referee got to 7 and didn't let up through 10!


Winner: ...by countout, Davey Boy Smith! Regal retains the WCW Television Title

Match Rating: B


We get a sponsorship segment and an announcement that WCW will present World In Japan on Sunday, Week 4 of September 1994.


Match #7

The Main Event

Hulk Hogan & Sting w/Jimmy Hart


Ric Flair & Sid Vicious w/Bobby Heenan


The main event! The first time Hulk Hogan and Sting have ever been in the same ring at the same time!


Flair and Sid come to the ring first and mixed in with the boos are actually some pretty strong cheers. Sid has a strange reaction from the crowd as he seems to get face reactions despite his maniacal mannerisms.


Hogan and Sting come to the ring together to a huge ovation with Sting donning yellow pants with a red scorpion and red and yellow face paint to match up with his partner. The crowd loves these two together and so does Schiavone. Hogan stops on the way up the rampway and grabs a sign from a kid that reads "Hulkamaniancs+Little Stingers=Unbeatable!" Tony makes note of the fact that Hogan is wearing bandaging on his ribs.


When the match starts for this one we get Hogan and Flair to start off and the two men stare each other down. Tony can't believe we are seeing these two men once again! They work a pretty standard Hogan/Flair segment with Hogan tossing Flair around and Flair trying dirty tricks to get an advantage. The match looks to have a sudden conclusion when Flair is whipped to the ropes for a Big Boot but he grabs the top rope and laughs pointing at his head.


Jesse: Flair has learned something after all!


Flair makes the tag to Sid and the crowd loves it as we have a massive face off between two enormous men. Sid and Hogan do a test of strength. Sid gets the advantage and is able to force Hogan down to his knees. The crowd is cheering as Sting slaps the turnbuckle. Hogan starts to power his way back up, angering Sid who looks around frantically to hush the crowd. As Hogan powers all the way to his feet, Sid kicks him in the gut to get control back. He slams his arms down on Hogan's back and Hogan hobbles around the ring. Sid holds up Hogan's arm and kicks him in the ribs. Hogan sells it like a bomb went off in his body.


Tony: Hogan is clearly hurt folks! He's hurt more than he let on!

Jesse: That's his big mistake Ton, never work hurt!


Sid repeats the rib kick multiple times before tossing Hogan into the turnbuckle and chocking him with his hands. The refs orders him to stop and Sid drives his shoulder into Hogan's ribs. Hogan is in tremendous pain as Sid tags in Flair. Flair pushes Hogan back into the corner and starts delivering his trademarked chops. Hogan grunts in pain for every one. Flair switches from chips to punshes and back again repeatedly in the corner and Hogan is reeling. Suddenly Hogan gets a burst of energy and fires a stiff right hand that knocks Flair back. Hogan starts to walk out of the corner but Sid grabs his hair and pulls him, causing him to fall to the mat. Hogan jumps to his feet to confront Sid but gets clipped in the knee by Flair!


Jesse: The Brain is loving this Schiavone!


Hogan hops around the ring on one knee as Flair tags back in Sid. Sid goes right back to the same spot, kicking Hogan in the ribs. On his second rib kick, Hogan catches Sid's leg and pushes him back causing Sid to stumble backwards into the ropes. Hogan stumbles to the corner and tags in Sting!


Sting charges and starts hitting Sid with backfists and kicks. Sid is taken aback by Sting's fast paced offense and is on his heels. Sting drop kicks Sid into the corner. He races from the opposite turnbuckle and nails Sid with a Stinger Splash! Sid collapses in the turnbuckle and Sting lets out a cat call!


Sting lifts Sid and tries to whip him into the ropes, but Sid reverses it and catches Sting with a big boot! Sid tags in Flair and we get the standard Flair/Sting match for a minutes. In a surprising twist, Flair actually gets to the top rope and hits his double axe handle on Sting!


Sting makes a tag to Hogan and we get Hogan vs Flair again to the crowd's delight. This time Hogan is in total control, fighting through the pain as Tony tells us. Heenan is losing his mind at ringside as Hogan is clearly in control. Flair makes a tag to Sid and Hogan controls him too. He grabs both men and slams their heads together! While Hogan is working over Sid, Heenan gives Flair a pair of brass knuckles. Heenan then distracts the referee and Flair punches Hogan in the ribs with the knucks! Hogan lets out a large painful sigh. Flair deals several punches to the ribs before tossing the knuckles away before the referee can see them. He chops away at Hogan but Hogan hulks up! The crowd goes wild as Hogan seems impervious to pain and does his windown routine. Punches, whip to the ropes, Big Boot!


Hogan stumbles after the big boot though, holding his ribs and tags in Sting. Hogan is clearly in pain and can barely stand, the adrenaline wearing off. Behind his back, Flair has tagged in Sid while Sting is calling for doctors from the back. Sid runs in and crashes into both men with what appears to be a knee lift, but it's an awkward one. Hogan falls out of the ring and Jimmy Hart checks on him. Sid grabs Sting by the throat and drops him with a chokeslam! The crowd boos as Sid gets the 1...2...3.


Winners: Ric Flair & Sid Vicious

Match Rating: A


Following the match, Sid climbs out of the ring and tosses Jimmy Hart aside. He rolls Hogan back into the ring. Hogan tries to fight but the double team from Flair and Sid proves to be too much to overcome with his ribs in the condition they are in. After a consistent double team beating, Sid is able to powerbomb Hogan right in the middle of the ring! Sting is able to clear them out following the power bomb, but the damage is done as Clash of the Champions comes to an end.


Segment Rating: A+

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<p>Prediction Results:</p><p> </p><blockquote data-ipsquote="" class="ipsQuote" data-ipsquote-contentapp="forums" data-ipsquote-contenttype="forums" data-ipsquote-contentid="42604" data-ipsquote-contentclass="forums_Topic"><div><strong>5 possible points. </strong><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;"> Four way tie for first with 4 points each</span></strong></p><p><strong> The Monk, Knowyourenemy, TomSelleck'sMustache, Crackerjack (4)</strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;"> Alone in second with 3.5</span></strong></p><p><strong> Beejus (3.5)</strong></p><p><strong> </strong></p><p><strong> </strong><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">The rest</span></strong></p><p><strong> VonnyFortan (3)</strong></p><p><strong> TheFinalCountdown (3)</strong></p><p><strong> IWWROCKS (3)</strong></p><p><strong> JSCOTTY (2)</strong></p><p><strong> TSUMirren (2)</strong></p></div></blockquote><p> </p><p> Thanks everyone, and once again, results will be combined with both shows put on this month. Hive gave the "prize" last month, this time it will be my turn. And you'll actually get a pretty decent hand in the diary!</p>
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<strong><span style="font-size:18px;">Week 4, August 1994</span></strong></p><p> </p><p>

<strong><span style="font-size:14px;">WCW Saturday Night</span></strong></p><p>

Region: Mid Atlantic</p><p>

Attendance: 10,000 SELL OUT!</p><p>

Rating: 2.48 (1,617,770 viewers)</p><p>

Card Rating: B+</p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Paul Orndorff defeated Sonny Rogers (C+)</strong></p><p>

<em>Sid is backstage with Bobby Heenan and cuts a promo with Gene Okerlund. He rants about Hogan and the injuries he gave him at Clash of the Champions. Sid is clear that he hates Hogan more than life itself! (Whatever that means) B+</em></p><p><em>

Following a commercial break we return backstage where Scott Hudson catches up with Steve Austin. Austin mocks old-man Steamboat relentlessly. B+</em></p><p>

<strong>Terry Funk defeated Frankie Lancaster (C+)</strong></p><p>

<em>Backstage, Dave Sullivan walks into his brother's lockeroom to apologize. Kevin Sullivan looks up, sees him AGAIN in Hulk Hogan attire and attacks. Cactus Jack breaks it up and as we return to the ring we hear Kevin Sullivan screaming that he will beat some sense into Dave. (C+)</em></p><p>

<em>The Guardian Angel comes to the ring to a decent pop and talks about recovering from injury. He is ready to rid WCW of the menace that is...oomph! Vader attacks him out of nowhere and leaves him in a heap in the ring! (B+)</em></p><p>

<strong>Dick Murdoch defeated Johnny B. Badd (C-)</strong></p><p>

<em>When we come back from commercial, Gary Hart is standing in the ring. The announcers are shocked. Gart Hart cuts a seething promo on WCW management for trying to bury him for all these years. Now he is back and he's going to destroy this company. First he will take care of the golden boy, Brian Pillman! (B)</em></p><p>

<strong>Lord Steven Regal defeated The Patriot to retain the WCW Television Championship)</strong></p><p>

<em>Sting cuts a promo and tells Flair he has a bone to pick with him. Sting is so disappointed that Flair has chosen to associate with men like Sid and Heenan, but then, maybe he shouldn't be surprised. What happened at the Clash is a disgrace and Sting wants to take care of business at Fall Brawl! (B+)</em></p><p>

<strong>Doom defeated Tex & Shanghai to retain the WCW World Tag Team Championship (B)</strong></p><p>

<em>Following the match, Doom is attacked by Hercules Hernandez and Scott Norton, the Jurassic Powers! Woman is standing there glaring at her former proteges as her new duo delivers a brutal assault. (C+)</em></p><p> </p><p>

<em>Following a commercial break, Dusty Rhodes, Dustin Rhodes, Arn Anderson and Larry Zbyszko come down to the ring. The four of them take turns laying out their case against the Stud Stable. What you can understand from Dusty is clear that this is personal. You mess with his son, you mess with him. Arn is ready to kick butt and take names. Larry is sick and tired of men like Col. Robert Parker and he has his friend's back. The crowd goes nuts when Dusty lays out the challenge: he invented the match and now you'll learn why they call it the "Match Beyond." Dusty wants the Stud Stable at Fall Brawl and he wants them in a War Games match!</em></p><p><em> </em></p><p><em>

Col. Robert Parker comes out with the Stud Stable and accepts the challenge, but adds a wrinkle; he's got Funk, Slater, Murdoch, Bunkhouse Buck and Meng and there are only four of Dusty's "boys" in the ring. Arn grabs the microphone and says "Don't worry, I know a guy!" (B+)</em></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Ric Flair defeated Brian Pillman (A)</strong></p><p>

<span style="font-size:8px;">Match Note: Gary Hart pushed Brian Pillman off the top rope which cost him the chance at a splash.</span></p><p> </p><p>

<strong><span style="font-size:14px;">WCW Main Event</span></strong></p><p>

Region: Mid Atlantic</p><p>

Attendance: 10,000 SELL OUT!</p><p>

Rating: 0.19 (126,440 viewers)</p><p>

Card Rating: B-</p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Brian Pillman defeated Frankie Lancaster (C+)</strong></p><p>

<em>Cactus Jack is seen comforting an upset Dave Sullivan (C-)</em></p><p>

<strong>The Guardian Angel defeated Tex Slazenger (C+)</strong></p><p>

<em>A replay is show of The Guardian Angel vs Vader from Bash at the Beach (B+)</em></p>

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Sunday, Week 4, August 1994</p><p> </p><p>

<span style="font-size:14px;"><strong>WWF World Heavyweight Championship match:</strong></span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;">

Owen Hart vs. Bret Hart ©</span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;"> </span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;">

</span><span style="font-size:14px;"><strong>WWF Intercontinental Championship match:</strong></span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;">

Randy Savage vs. Diesel ©</span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;"> </span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;">

The Steiner Brothers vs. The Headshrinkers vs. Demolition</span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;"> </span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;">

Shawn Michaels vs. 1-2-3 Kid</span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;"> </span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;">

Tatanka vs. Lex Luger</span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;"> </span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;">

</span><span style="font-size:14px;"><strong>WWF World Tag Team Championship match:</strong></span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;">

Houston Heat vs. The Smoking Gunns ©</span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;"> </span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;">

</span><span style="font-size:14px;"><strong>Casket match:</strong></span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;">

The Undertaker vs. Yokozuna</span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;"> </span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;">

The Fabulous Rougeaus vs. Pierre And Johnny Polo</span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;"> </span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;">

Jake Roberts vs. Irwin R. Schyster</span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;"> </span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;">

</span><span style="font-size:14px;"><strong>Open Challenge:</strong></span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;">

Buddy Landel And Jeff Jarrett vs. ???</span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;"> </span></p><p><span style="font-size:14px;">

</span></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Prediction Listing Quick Picks:</strong></p><p>

Owen Hart vs. Bret Hart</p><p>

Randy Savage vs. Diesel</p><p>

The Steiner Brothers vs. The Headshrinkers vs. Demolition</p><p>

Shawn Michaels vs. 1-2-3 Kid</p><p>

Tatanka vs. Lex Luger</p><p>

Houston Heat vs. The Smoking Gunns</p><p>

The Undertaker vs. Yokozuna</p><p>

The Fabulous Rougeaus vs. Pierre And Johnny Polo</p><p>

Jake Roberts vs. Irwin R. Schyster</p><p>

Buddy Landel And Jeff Jarrett vs. ???</p><p> </p><p>


1) How many titles will change hands?</p><p>

2) Who will Landel and Jarrett face off against?</p></div><p></p><p></p>

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<p><strong>Owen Hart</strong> vs. Bret Hart</p><p>

Randy Savage vs. <strong>Diesel</strong></p><p>

<strong>The Steiner Brothers</strong> vs. The Headshrinkers vs. Demolition</p><p>

<strong>Shawn Michaels</strong> vs. 1-2-3 Kid</p><p>

<strong>Tatanka</strong> vs. Lex Luger</p><p>

<strong>Houston Heat</strong> vs. The Smoking Gunns</p><p>

<strong>The Undertaker</strong> vs. Yokozuna</p><p>

<strong>The Fabulous Rougeaus</strong> vs. Pierre And Johnny Polo</p><p>

<strong>Jake Roberts</strong> vs. Irwin R. Schyster</p><p>

Buddy Landel And Jeff Jarrett vs. <strong>???</strong></p><p> </p><p>

1) How many titles will change hands? 2</p>

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<p>Prediction Listing Quick Picks:</p><p>

<strong>Owen Hart</strong> vs. Bret Hart</p><p>

<em>After being sacked from figurehead, Bret is headed down -- he likely is in a sour mood right now. I think Owen will get the dub here.</em></p><p>

Randy Savage vs. <strong>Diesel</strong></p><p>

<em>I've been seeing Macho leave in a lot of games -- he'll do the honors on his way out.</em></p><p>

The Steiner Brothers vs. The Headshrinkers vs. <strong>Demolition</strong></p><p>

<em>Even in 94, feel Smash and Ax are the bigger names.</em></p><p>

<strong>Shawn Michaels </strong>vs. 1-2-3 Kid</p><p>

<em>Not even in a fictional universe. No.</em></p><p>

Tatanka vs. <strong>Lex Luger</strong></p><p>

<em>Otherwise, won't justtxyank steal him? I mean, you don't want the Lex Express derailed that quickly?</em></p><p>

<strong>Houston Heat</strong> vs. The Smoking Gunns</p><p>

<em>Please tell me you will play some G-E-T-O Boys for the intro -- in 94, they would have come off 93's Til Death Do Us Part. I'd personally recommend </em><a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VS5Ny0FLwj0" rel="external nofollow"><em>Straight Gangsterism</em></a><em> -- it has that old dirty south feel. I just feel the Heat is fresher at this point.</em></p><p>

<strong>The Undertaker</strong> vs. Yokozuna</p><p>

<em>Undertaker will deliver a fantastic chokeslam to the fat man.</em></p><p>

The Fabulous Rougeaus vs. <strong>Pierre And Johnny Polo</strong></p><p>

<em>With one Rougeau hampered by injury, I'm pretty sure this is a one-off.</em></p><p>

Jake Roberts vs. <strong>Irwin R. Schyster</strong></p><p>

<em>Have a feeling Roberts is strung out at this point. Irwin will get the win, Roberts will get out.</em></p><p>

<strong>Buddy Landel And Jeff Jarrett</strong> vs. ???</p><p>

<em>Too much build for Natch and Jeff to lose -- however, I don't this will be a clean win.</em></p><p>


1) How many titles will change hands? 2</p><p>

2) Who will Landel and Jarrett face off against? Johnny Grunge and Rocco Rock (The Public Enemy)</p>

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<p><strong>Owen Hart</strong> vs. Bret Hart</p><p>

Randy Savage vs. <strong>Diesel</strong></p><p>

<strong>The Steiner Brothers</strong> vs. The Headshrinkers vs. Demolition</p><p>

<strong>Shawn Michaels</strong> vs. 1-2-3 Kid</p><p>

Tatanka vs. <strong>Lex Luger</strong></p><p>

<strong>Houston Heat</strong> vs. The Smoking Gunns</p><p>

<strong>The Undertaker</strong> vs. Yokozuna</p><p>

<strong>The Fabulous Rougeaus</strong> vs. Pierre And Johnny Polo</p><p>

<strong>Jake Roberts</strong> vs. Irwin R. Schyster</p><p>

<strong>Buddy Landel And Jeff Jarrett</strong> vs. ???</p><p> </p><p>


1) How many titles will change hands? <strong>Two</strong></p><p>

2) Who will Landel and Jarrett face off against? <strong>???</strong></p>

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