Monthly Archives: April 2008

Beach Blast 1993

WCW Beach Blast 1993
July 18, 1993
Biloxi, MS
Mississippi Coast Coliseum

The current WCW & NWA Champs were as follows:
WCW World Champion: Big Van Vader (3/17/1993)
NWA World Champion: Barry Windham (2/21/1993)
WCW U.S. Champion: vacant (5/15/1993)
WCW/NWA World Tag Team Champions: The Hollywood Blondes (3/2/1993)
WCW World Television Champion: Paul Orndorff (3/2/1993)

Matches that aren’t included on the tape:
WCW World TV Champion Paul Orndorff defeated Ron Simmons (11:15) by DQ.
Too Cold Scorpio & Marcus Bagwell beat Tex Slazenger & Shanghai Pierce (12:48) after Scorpio pinned Pierce.
Lord Steven Regal (w/Sir William) pinned Erik Watts (7:31).

Your hosts are Tony Schiavone & Jesse Ventura. Read the rest of this entry

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Slamboree 1993: A Legends Reunion

WCW Slamboree 1993
May 23, 1993
Atlanta, GA
The Omni

The current WCW & NWA Champs were as follows:
WCW World Champion: Big Van Vader (3/17/1993)
NWA World Champion: Barry Windham (2/21/1993)
WCW U.S. Champion: Rick Rude (5/15/1993)
WCW/NWA World Tag Team Champions: The Hollywood Blondes (3/2/1993)
WCW World Television Champion: Paul Orndorff (3/2/1993)

Matches that aren’t included on the tape:
Too Cold Scorpio & Marcus Bagwell beat Bobby Eaton & Chris Benoit (9:22) after Scorpio pinned Benoit.
Sid Vicious pinned Van Hammer (0:35) after a powerbomb.

Your hosts are Tony Schiavone & Larry Zbyszko. Jesse must’ve been busy filming “Demolition Man” at the time. Read the rest of this entry

ROH: Joe vs. Punk II

ROH: Joe vs. Punk II
Chicago Ridge, IL
10/16/2004

ROH World Champion: Samoa Joe (since 3/22/2003)
ROH Pure Champion: John Walters (since 8/28/2004)
ROH Tag Team Champions: Ricky Reyes & Rocky Romero (since 8/7/2004)

CM Punk tells us that this is *his* backyard. Well, specifically Samoa Joe, but us watching at home too I guess.

Generation Next sans Austin Aries mentions how they may have lost to the Second City Saints and Ricky Steamboat with his fancy schmancy chops and armdrags in Dayton the night before, but tonight Alex Shelley will be rid of Jimmy Jacobs. Strong and Evans will also take on the Rottweilers, Homicide and Rocky Romero. Evans ~ “THE ROTTWEILERS AIN’T HOOD! THEY GON’ GET SERVED! AND YOU KNOW THIS, MAN!”

Your hosts are Jimmy Bower and Mark Nulty. Read the rest of this entry

PWG: The Secret of the Ooze!

PWG: The Secret of the Ooze!
August 14, 2004
Los Angeles, CA
Jewish Community Center

Your hosts are Disco Machine and Excalibur. Read the rest of this entry

The Eddie Guerrero YouTube/DailyMotion Mixtape

This is my favorite mixtape to date. Eddie Guerrero is one of my faves as he is most everybody who had followed his career, I believe. I’m pouring my creative heart and soul into this one (not that I BS’ed the other three, but I really thought about this match list), so I hope you enjoy it!

There is a Terry Funk squash on Youtube with a 21-year old Eddie Guerrero from May of 1989 on an episode of World Championship Wrestling that is quite awesome and I definitely recommend you check it out if you haven’t already. Eddie takes a couple hard bumps in it especially for the time period. A Running Piledriver on the floor gives Funk the win. I’d say it was easily **½ to ***
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Best of TNA X-Division Matches – Disc Two (2003)

TNA – Best of the X-Division Matches Disc Two
Released: 2003

Your hosts are Mike Tenay and Don West. Read the rest of this entry

Best of TNA X-Division Matches – Disc One (2003)

TNA – Best of the X-Division Matches Disc One
Released: 2003

This was actually the very first DVD to be released by TNA, which should show you what the company’s main focus was originally. It starts out with a two-minute long intro set to System of a Down-type music with various highlights from the first year of TNA. It’s not as epic as the video packages we see during the monthly PPV days, but it gets its point across.

Your hosts are Mike Tenay and Don West. Read the rest of this entry

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