WCW: Monday Nitro (01.18.99)

WCW: Monday Nitro
January 18, 1999
Columbus, OH
Schottenstein Center

The current WCW champs are as follows:
WCW World Champion: Hollywood Hogan (1/4/1999)
WCW U.S. Champion: Bret Hart (11/30/1998)
WCW World Tag Team Champions:
Vacant (1/7/1999)
WCW World Television Champion: Scott Steiner (12/28/1998)
WCW Cruiserweight Champion: Billy Kidman (11/22/1998)

We begin Nitro with EXCITING STILL SHOTS of the WCW Souled Out PPV – more specifically of the Ric and David Flair versus Barry Windham and Curt Hennig match. I don’t think Tony actually mentions that the Flairs won the match (just that Arn Anderson helped out the Horsemen) because he immediately pivots to talk about the nWo Wolfpac’s appearance – beating up young David while his father was handcuffed to the middle rope and forced to helplessly watch it all go down.

HOUR NUMBER ONE! Your hosts are Tony Schiavone, Mike Tenay, and Larry Zbyszko.

We then go back to the locker room where the Four Horsemen (and Arn Anderson) discuss David Flair’s condition. Ric is the only one showing any kind of emotion – throwing around trash cans and whatever is not nailed down – while Arn tries to calm him down. The Four Horsemen are looking for Hollywood Hogan – and when he gets to the building, he’s a DEAD MAN.

We cut to a camera in the nWo Wolfpac limousine who are talking about how much fun it was beating up the Four Horsemen and just generally being jackasses about the whole thing. The limo pulls up to the Ohio State Buckeyes coliseum and as Hollywood Hogan starts to get out of the car, he spots the Four Horsemen running towards him and gets back in and slams the door shut. Arn hands Ric his tire iron and he starts breaking glass right where Hogan is sitting. FINALLY, the limo driver decides to hit the gas. Hogan – “I’ve got glass in my ass!”

Gene Okerlund and members of the CPD follow Ric Flair to the ring. Flair makes good on his claim last week that Hollywood Hogan wouldn’t just ride off into the sunset because Hogan has a contract with WCW – and Flair will make him work. At Superbrawl IX in five weeks, that sonuvabitch Hogan will wrestle Ric Flair’s ass for the WCW world title. After what the nWo did to David last night at Souled Out, Hogan will have to kill Ric to keep Ric from killing him. WOO! Forget about being a 14-time world champ, Flair wants to be the man who kills Hogan DEAD. Flair points out that Hogan has kids and a life outside of wrestling, but doesn’t think Hogan has the guts to do one thing by himself. At Superbrawl, two guys will walk in the ring and only one will walk out. As for Eric Bischoff, Flair knows he’s behind these nWo plans and orders him to get his head out of a toilet and get his ass out in the ring right now. Man, this Columbus crowd is HOT. Bischoff heads out of the tunnel and onto the ramp. He tells Ric he wasn’t in the building last night and had nothing to do with what happened to David at Souled Out. Ric takes a moment to enjoy the “Bischoff sucks” chants. Flair then books another match with Bischoff for tonight. Eric states he isn’t contractually obligated to wrestle anybody, so no thanks. Flair sweetens the deal saying if Bischoff beats him, he’ll let Bischoff shave his head. Bischoff tells Flair to settle down and turns down the offer. Flair again sweetens the deal by saying he’ll let Bischoff shave his head AND have WCW back under his control. That stops Bischoff in his tracks and he turns back around to face Ric. No more setting up the ring, Bischoff gets WCW back, and he also gets to shave Flair’s head. WOW, how can you turn *that* opportunity down? While Bischoff has his back to the entrance ramp, DAVID FLAIR walks out and shoves Bischoff out of his way as he joins his father in the ring. David tries to start screaming like his dad on the mic and man this is cringe. He pulls off his sweatshirt to show what the nWo did to him, but I can’t tell he’s got any markings on him. David then says he wants a match with Bischoff tonight – and Bischoff quickly agrees. If Bischoff beats David, the same deal applies. Wait, Ric Flair got bamboozled rather easily on this deal. Anyways, he supports his son and then climbs the turnbuckles to say if David beats Bischoff tonight, the Flairs get to shave Bischoff’s head AND his ass. Larry Z comes through – “Can’t we just shave [Eric’s] head?” Tony – “No, I’d like to see all of it [shaved].” WHAT IS HAPPENING.

Does the “deal making” part of that segment not feel very similar to the Rock and Mankind promo where the Rock agreed to an “I Quit” match? NOT EVEN JUST A LITTLE BIT?

More EXCITING STILL SHOTS from WCW Souled Out including the David Flair beatdown and the ladder stun gun match. Tony announces Goldberg won the match, but the last still we see is of Scott Hall standing over Goldberg with the stun gun. Hmm.

NITRO GIRLS! No Fyre. =(

More EXCITING STILL SHOTS from the Goldberg and Scott Hall ladder stun gun match. They tell you to order the Encore Presentation and then tell the story of the match for free. They show Disco Inferno and Bam Bam Bigelow’s involvement which will become important later.

  • Booker T vs. Chris Jericho (w/Ralphus)

If you’ve been following along, you’ll know it’s important to note that Mickey Jay is the referee and not Scott Dickinson. Last night at Souled Out, Chris Jericho interrupted Booker T over at the WCW.com table and challenged him to a match. The crowd gets Jericho frustrated to start. Booker controls with wristlocks and hammerlocks to start. Jericho runs him down with a shoulderblock, but then doesn’t see the spin kick coming. Booker avoids a dropkick and catapults Jericho to the buckle to lead into a back suplex for two. Jericho thumbs the eye to get out of an armbar, but Booker fires back with a jumping forearm smash. He misses a Harlem Side Kick up against the ropes and crotches himself. With Booker retreating to the floor, Jericho does his fancy springboard dive on Booker. Nice. Back in, Jericho delivers the suplex and the C’MON BABY, but Booker won’t sell that shit. Nobody has lately! Jericho lays in the chops and chokes Booker with his foot over in the corner. As Jericho whips Booker across in the opposite corner, Booker delivers that fancy spinning Jack Brisco rollup he does for 1-2-NO! Jericho gives Booker a low dropkick to take back control and applies a rear chinlock on the mat. Booker fights out, but runs into a kitchen sink knee. Jericho follows Booker T out to the floor for some ringside violence. With Booker back inside, Jericho climbs the ropes and comes off the top with an elbow smash followed by a walking senton splash. OUCH. That gets two. Jericho bends Booker over his knee with a backbreaker and gets pissed when Mickey Jay won’t ring the bell. He slams Booker and gets a high-five from Ralphus. Over to Booker, Jericho gets a two-count. Booker stops a corner charge and runs down Jericho with a clothesline. Jericho slugs Booker and slams him down, but Booker eats a boot on the way down. HERE COMES BOOKER. There’s the AX KICK and the 110th Street Slam for 1-2-NO! Jericho catches Booker with a flapjack, but Booker does the SPINAROONIE and nails Jericho with the Harlem Side Kick. The MISSILE DROPKICK takes out Jericho and Booker gets the three-count. (10:09) Good match, but it was very anti-Chris Jericho – and I’m guessing this is how it’s going to go for the next few months until Jericho heads for greener pastures. Booker wasn’t putting up with Jericho’s usual Jericho things that got him over and all it took was Booker’s usual comeback to win. It could have been better is what I’m saying. ***

Gene Okerlund talks to JJ Dillon in the aisle who announces that Scott Dickinson has been suspended for thirty days. Talk turns to tonight’s main event – Dillon wants to see Goldberg, Bam Bam Bigelow, and Scott Hall in the ring. He’ll see what he can do about getting that together. Dillon then says he’s looking forward to David Flair versus Eric Bischoff as well.

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We’re at 8:45 PM EST and we get our first look at our esteemed commentators. Man, Columbus loves their WCW! Tony and Larry Z discuss David Flair’s chances tonight against Eric Bischoff – and Mike acts as though Larry is saying some real deep and profound stuff. Mike really needs a smoking pipe to complete the pondering look.

Gene Okerlund does a pre-taped locker room interview with Rey Mysterio Jr. Since Rey doesn’t need to speak Mexican to him, this should be an easy interview for Gene. Okerlund wants to know why Rey won’t give up the LWO t-shirt like everyone else did in the group. Rey responds saying the red, white, and green are *his* colors. Mysterio has that BROWN pride, ya know. For weeks upon weeks, Rey wanted NOTHING to do with *his* colors, but now he looks like the ONLY Mexican in WCW that’s proud of them? THIS MAKES NO SENSE. Eddie Guerrero has a car wreck and everybody loses their minds. Gene asks about Rey about his mask, and Rey talks about how his mask has never been taken away, and never will be. Yikes. When Gene brings up Lex Luger, Rey says he won’t be intimidated and feels if Lex has a problem with him, then bring it on, Lexy.

More EXCITING STILL SHOTS of the Flairs versus Barry Windham and Curt Hennig match from last night at Souled Out. It’s the same footage we saw earlier – except this time Tony admits the Flairs won the match despite losing the war to the nWo Wolfpac.

  • Hair vs. Hair and Control of WCW Match: Eric Bischoff vs. David Flair

Eric Bischoff comes out with an nWo B&W t-shirt with his matching track pants and sneakers. He takes his time walking to the ring – talking smack and kicking at the camera. Randy Anderson is *your* referee for this match. Ric Flair is conspicuous by his absence. As they circle each other at mid-ring, Bischoff lightly kicks at David and eventually kicks him down. With David down on the mat, Bischoff literally steps all over him. As Randy Anderson backs Bischoff away, he helps David up to his feet and looks to be trying to psyche him up or something. Next thing we know, he pops Bischoff on the top of the head. BISCHOFF GOES DOWN! David covers Eric and gets a three-count. (1:16) Next thing we see, David is ripping up a roll of quarters and dropping them all over Bischoff. The FOUR HORSEMEN and ARN ANDERSON head down to celebrate the victory. Mongo grabs two quarters and puts one on each of Bischoff’s eyelids – signifying DEATH. Ric Flair pulls out some clippers and shaves the top of Eric Bischoff’s head to reveal his gray roots. Tony mocks Bischoff’s mocking of Goldberg getting tazed two weeks ago with a buzzing sound. Larry Z says if Flair shaves any closer, Bischoff will look like HOGAN. Oh boy. Once Bischoff comes to and the Four Horsemen head back to the locker room, he sells the haircut REAL well. The replay shows us Randy Anderson handing David Flair the roll of quarters. I never thought we would see the Randy Anderson story come full circle, but here we are. Now it all makes sense why we got reminded of his firing in all those Eric Bischoff video packages over the last six weeks. N/R

HOUR NUMBER TWO! Your hosts are Tony Schiavone, Mike Tenay, and Larry Zbyszko.

Somewhere backstage, Chris Jericho finds JJ Dillon to complain and shows him that the match contract states Perry Saturn has to wear a dress at all times for the next ninety days since he lost to Jericho at Souled Out. Saturn apparently heard his name being mentioned and immediately appears. Since he’s a MAN OF HIS WORD, Saturn grabs the dress Jericho was holding and leaves to go put it on. OH BOY.

Out comes Konnan to the ring to yell out the usual stuff. He then cuts a promo to say he can’t believe he couldn’t trust the nWo Wolfpac. Konnan won’t let the nWo Wolfpac humiliate him because he be representing the people from the hood and all that. They were there for Konnan when he needed them (something about a kid dying?) and then they turned their backs on him, but now they will have to pay. He vows to be “up their rear ends like a pair of tight jeans” and will make the nWo toss his salad. Yikes. They try to play him off, but he wants to drop some insider line about Kevin Nash not being the “lead wolf” since Hollywood Hogan is back.

As Konnan’s music plays for him to leave, they provide EXCITING STILL SHOTS of Konnan squaring off against Lex Luger at Souled Out. Oh, and then we get more stills of the Flairs against Hennig and Windham like we haven’t seen them every ten minutes or so tonight.

  • WCW World Tag Team Championship Tournament – First Round: The Faces of Fear (w/Jimmy Hart) vs. Mike Enos & Bobby Duncum Jr.

This is a rematch from THUNDER that ended with the nWo making sure the match didn’t have a winner. Meng and Duncum square off while Barbarian and Enos brawl on the floor. Duncum dives out on top of Barbarian when he wasn’t looking. NICE. Back in the ring, Enos powerslams Barb. After Duncum knocks Meng off the apron, Duncum and Enos drop Barbarian with a SPIKE PILEDRIVER. Meng comes back in and gives Duncum the KICK OF FEAR causing him to fall back on top of Barb for two. Whoa. Tag to Enos, he avoids the KICK OF FEAR from Barbarian, but gets kicked down by Meng. Side slam by Barb gets two. After stopping the count, Duncum gets knocked to the floor by Barbarian so that the FACES OF FEAR can deliver the STEREO FLYING HEADBUTTS to Enos. AWESOME. Meng tags in as he and Barb give Enos more headbutts. The crowd doesn’t seem to give a shit because they are doing the O-H-I-O chant. Enos tries to come back and they get into a battle over a backslide, but it ends up being a stalemate if you will. All four men in the ring with mostly the Faces of Fear in control. They put up a split-screen to look backstage as the nWo Wolfpac crew has returned. Stevie Ray and the nWo B&W is there to meet Hollywood Hogan. He sees what happened to Eric Bischoff and the nWo start heading to the ring. The match is still happening – until it’s not anymore. (6:50) Scott Hall uses his taser on Meng and Bobby Duncum. Eric Bischoff is wearing an nWo Wolfpac hat to cover his embarrassment. Kevin Nash reminds everybody again that they said there would be no tag team tournament. 3/4*

Hollywood “JNCO” Hogan grabs the mic and says this is the Armageddon of WCW because of what was done to Eric Bischoff. Hogan says the Flair family’s blood is on his weightlifting belt after what went down last night at Souled Out. He accepts Flair’s challenge for Superbrawl IX for the WCW world title. He promises that the whole nWo will make the WCW and Flair’s life a living hell. SOMEBODY IS GONNA DIE – and it’s Hogan’s job to put the silver stake into Flair’s heart. To wrap it up, Hogan says when you mess with the brotherhood of the nWo, you mess with them 4-LIFE. Well, that doesn’t make much sense.

We get a cool video look at Goldberg, Scott Hall, and Bam Bam Bigelow. Afterwards, Tony informs us this three-way match is happening – TONIGHT. Bobby Heenan joins us for the rest of the show.

  • Wrath vs. Disco Inferno

Disco wears the nWo Wolfpac t-shirt complete with matching red and black pants to the ring. Wrath overpowers Disco to start. Tony drops that Alex Wright, who was supposed to be here tonight, is suspiciously absent. Uh oh, out comes SCOTT HALL to ringside armed with the taser gun. Disco mounts a comeback with a swinging neckbreaker. Big flying forearm drop gets two. Wrath gets away from a chinlock and delivers a back suplex like it was easy. Disco goes to the eyes and clips the knee to keep Wrath down. He wants a piledriver, but Wrath backdrops him away. A standing dropkick by Wrath sends Disco to the floor. Wrath abuses Disco up against the guardrail. Back inside, Wrath delivers the slingshot shoulderblock. Disco walks into the Death Penalty and calls for the Meltdown. Scott Hall tries to stun Wrath with the taser, but gets caught up in the ropes and punched down to the floor. As Wrath turns back around, Disco catches him with the CHARTBUSTER for the win. (5:34) You think they’re burying Wrath here? Tony and Mike think that this victory is BIGGER than both of his TV title wins. Hall and Disco embrace and walk out arm-in-arm. After this loss, we won’t be seeing any more of Wrath for a couple months. *

NITRO GIRLS~! During the performance, SCOTT STEINER comes out looking for a little romancing. When he confronts CHAE, KIMBERLY walks over to tell him to leave her alone. Scott asks Kimberly if she wants to be with a real man – because he’s already beaten her man like a DOG. As the girls start to leave, Steiner continues to hit on them – and they want nothing to do with him. LEAVE FYRE ALONE! Instead of going to a commercial break, we continue to listen to Steiner talk to the Columbus crowd. Oh, now we go to commercial.

  • Scott Steiner (w/Buff Bagwell) vs. Perry Saturn

Buff is wearing some sort of hat that makes him look like “Dumb Donald” from the Fat Albert show. It might possibly be a hat with wolf ears that WCW is trying to market which is a very WCW thing to do – take a metaphor and turn it into something literal. Steiner talks more about wanting to have sex with a freak in Columbus. He switches gears to talking smack about wanting to fight Perry Saturn because he’s wearing a dress backstage. Steiner calls Saturn gay in a very Fred Sanford type of way to get this match started as Saturn slugs him one good time. Why is the TV title not on the line here? This is on TV and the champ is wrestling. Saturn wrestles in the dress – because of course he has to! Tony thinks Saturn could have something here by wrestling in a dress on national TV. Steiner low blows Saturn to take over and delivers a Belly-to-Belly Suplex out of the corner. He lands the Steinerline and the kiss-my-bicep elbow drop follows. Out on the floor, Buff sends Saturn into the guardrail. Steiner grabs a Michigan cap from a fan – now THAT’S some heat. Back inside, Saturn stops a corner charge with a boot to the face and then kicks down Steiner. HERE COMES PERRY! He puts the dress over Steiner’s face and starts the ten-count corner punch. A dropkick from Saturn sends Steiner to the floor as Saturn wipes him out with a pescado. Back in, Saturn lands a flying splash. Buff is on the apron, but he gets nailed. Saturn kicks down Steiner and calls for the Death Valley Driver. Buff grabs Steiner by the ankle and helps him avoid the move. After Bagwell takes another shot, Saturn turns around into an overhead belly to belly suplex. STEINER RECLINER! Saturn’s arm drops three times for the TKO. (6:04) They had something here with this match, but of course Saturn met the nWo glass ceiling. **½

HOUR NUMBER THREE! Your hosts are Tony Schiavone, Mike Tenay, and Bobby Heenan.


Out comes KEVIN NASH, LEX LUGER and ELIZABETH to the ring to respond to Konnan’s comments. Nash mocks Konnan and says if it wasn’t for him, Konnan would still be pulling the curtain in the first match – and he knows it. They make fun of him not being able to get through his match at Souled Out with Lex without blowing up. Nash reminds Konnan that it’s not about salads or potatoes, it’s all about the Benjamins. He mentions Konnan’s comment about how the view never changes when you’re not the lead wolf – and wants to know how Konnan’s view looking into Nash’s ass for the last two years plus. Yikes. Luger says Liz looked great last night. Nash thinks she painted a pretty picture. Talk turns to Rey Mysterio and challenges him to a match. He says he’ll take Rey’s mask tonight if he gets in the ring with him. If Rey just hands over the mask in the back, the match won’t have to happen. Otherwise, it’s on. To wrap things up, Nash declares the nWo Wolfpac is most definitely in the house.

Backstage, we see Scott Steiner following Kimberly into the Nitro Girls’ dressing room. TELL ‘EM FYRE! Security finally shows up to escort him away. Where is Doug Dellinger? This never happens when he’s around!

EXCITING STILL SHOTS of the WCW Cruiserweight title four-way match from last night.

  • Juventud Guerrera vs. Psychosis

Psychosis is still wearing the Mexican flag colors from being a member of the LWO while Juventud is returning to his summer of 1998 vibe of being a babyface. They pick up where they left off last night at Souled Out. Psychosis lands a swinging neckbreaker. Juventud hits a cool headscissors takedown as we go to commercial. AND WE’RE BACK! Psychosis delivers a spinebuster. He’s being very vocal tonight with the crowd. Guerrera elbows out of a chinlock, but Psychosis pulls him down by his hair to take back control. A dropkick sends Juventud to the floor. Psychosis delivers a suplex to bring Juventud from the apron into the ring. He tries a corkscrew moonsault, but Guerrera gets out of harm’s way. Now Juventud comes off the top, but Psychosis catches him on the way down with a dropkick. Cover, 1-2-NO! Psychosis gets up in ref Mickey Jay’s face over that count. Juventud lands a wheelbarrow facebuster for two. Over in the corner, Psychosis crotches Juventud on the top rope. As Juvi retreats to the floor, Psychosis wipes him out with a tope suicida. Back in, Psychosis hits a missile dropkick to the back of Juventud’s head for two. Psychosis again gets frustrated with the count. Guerrera flips out of a German suplex and looks for the Juvi Driver, but Psychosis counters with an inverted vertical suplex for another nearfall. Next up, Juventud counters a powerbomb with a DDT of sorts. Psychosis avoids a corner charge, but then does his flip sell as he charges the corner himself. They take turns crotching each other on the top buckle. Guerrera wants a superplex, but Psychosis counters with a SITOUT SUPLEX FROM THE TOP ROPE! With Juventud out on the mat, here comes Psychosis with the match winning GUILLOTINE LEGDROP! (8:43 shown) This crowd seems burned out right now. Now Psychosis should get himself a big 1-on-1 cruiserweight title match either next week on Nitro or at Superbrawl IX! Well that doesn’t happen, but he *does* get a big cruiserweight title match with Kidman in SIX WEEKS on Nitro. I’m sure everybody will still remember this night! ***

  • Lex Luger vs. Rey Mysterio Jr.

In case, Rey is still wearing the LWO t-shirt. After the bell but before the match, Luger gets the mic and tells Mysterio they tried to be nice, but he HAD to come out in that shirt and mask. He gives him one more chance, and Rey says no. He gives him one MORE chance, Rey looks to the crowd, so Lex strikes. If Luger plays ball, this could be fun. Basically a heel squash match from Luger. He rips off the LWO shirt, but then misses a corner charge and Rey lays in some shots on him to deliver a springboard legdrop. He dropkicks Luger down into the corner for the Bronco Buster. HELL YEAH. The split-legged moonsault gets two. Luger stuffs Rey with a powerslam to take back control. Out comes KEVIN NASH to ringside to cheer on his buddy Lex. Luger gives Rey an hourglass suplex for fun. He presses up Rey and acts like he’s going to throw Rey halfway to Dayton, but then just drops him in the ring. Luger wants the mask, so Mysterio punches back and dropkicks the knees. Rey whips Luger into a corner for the ten-count corner punch, but Luger counters with an inverted atomic drop and the Bionic Forearm. Now he wants the mask again. REY MYSTERIO WILL NOT DIE! Kevin Nash finally has enough of Rey’s comebacks and enters the ring to give Mysterio a Side Slam for the DQ. (5:58) Luger again goes for the mask, and again Rey panics with an offensive flurry. He kicks at Nash’s legs and dropkicks him down for a big pop. Lex hits a double sledge and Nash grabs Rey to stick him with a JACKKNIFE POWERBOMB. There’s the TORTURE RACK as well. Now Lex thinks he’s getting the mask off, but here comes KONNAN with a chair to chase away Luger and Nash to protect Rey. I know I don’t like where this is all going, but it’s at least an interesting change for typical cruiserweight wrestler storylines in the short-term. **½

We get some footage of the press conference for the WCW Nitro Grill at the Excalibur in Las Vegas. Diamond Dallas Page, in Las Vegas to help out with the festivities, knocks out a wall.

Once more tonight, Scott Steiner puts the moves on Kimberly while her man is in Las Vegas. Geez, was she in the bathroom or what?

  • Goldberg vs. Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Scott Hall (w/Disco Inferno)

Hall and Disco flee to the aisle as Goldberg rushes the ring. They have their backs to Bigelow, who takes them both out in the aisle. Looks like Bigelow and Goldberg are teaming up against Hall. As Hall crumbles to the floor, Bigelow pounds Goldberg in the corner. Goldberg stops a corner charge and boots him down for two. Hall makes the save and starts slugging Goldberg as Bigelow joins in on the fun. Goldberg fights back and whips Bigelow in a corner. He whips Hall into Bigelow and as they stumble out of the corner, Goldberg runs them both down with a SPEAR. HOLY CRAP. Goldberg is still ridiculously over here. He wants to give Bigelow the Jackhammer, but Hall puts a stop to it. Bigelow rolls out to the floor as Hall goes for a suplex on Goldberg, but of course Goldberg reverses to a JACKHAMMER. Cover, 1-2-NO! The nWo B&W team come out to go after Goldberg for the no contest finish. (4:09) He can only fight off so many people. The nWo Wolfpac boys head out – including KEVIN NASH, HOLLYWOOD HOGAN, and SCOTT STEINER. The FOUR HORSEMEN and ARN ANDERSON led by Ric Flair run down to the ring. Most of the nWo big shots leave the other guys behind to get their asses whooped. Ric Flair chases after Scott Hall and Hollywood Hogan. Hall stays behind to get chopped down by Flair. He then goes after Hogan backstage. Hogan is leaving the building in his limo, but Flair tries to go after him anyways as the show closes.

Until next time, so long for now.

LIVE on February 21 from The Arena in Oakland in Oakland, California! ONLY ON PPV!
MAIN EVENT: WCW World Heavyweight Championship: Hollywood Hogan (c) vs. Ric Flair


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