Anyone who uses Dailymotion anymore knows they have constant commercial interruptions and I just don’t want to put you through that in order to enjoy this edition of the mixtape. I’m sticking with loyal YouTube that doesn’t succumb us to commercials for wrestling matches because no one can become a partner unless you own the material. Anyways!
So Owen Hart wins by a landslide. Not surprising, but no one even came close. Read the rest of this entry
WWE: Allied Powers – The World’s Greatest Tag Teams – Disc One
Your hosts are John Morrison and The Miz. Even though they are now broken up and gone their separate ways, who better to introduce a tag team DVD than the most entertaining duo of personalities in the WWE since Los Guerreros. They go through their usual song and dance while holding onto their Slammy awards. Read the rest of this entry
NJPW/WCW Collision in Korea
April 28-29, 1995
Pyongyang, North Korea
(Shown on US PPV 8/4/1995)
Even crazy North Koreans love the NATURE BOY! WOOOO!
Your hosts are Eric Bischoff, Mike Tenay and Sonny Oono. Possibly the most boring announce team ever. Bischoff and Oono make some elitist exchanges for their country throughout the show. It seems unnecessary considering this is supposed to be an exhibition for peace.
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|Rick Rude||Ric Flair||9/19/1993||Fall Brawl|
|Hiroshi Hase||Rick Rude||3/16/1994||Japan|
|Rick Rude (2)||Hiroshi Hase||3/24/1994||Japan|
|Sting||Rick Rude||4/17/1994||Spring Stampede|
|Rick Rude (3)||Sting||5/1/1994||Japan|
|Ric Flair (2)||Sting||6/23/1994||Clash 27|
: WCW withdrew from the NWA for good in September 1993 and turned the Big Gold belt which Flair was the possessor of into the WCW International World title.
: Even though Rude won the match, he suffered a career ending injury which caused him to forfeit the title.
: Sting defeated Vader to reclaim the title when it was up for grabs due to Rude’s career ending injury.
: As the WCW World Champion, Ric Flair defeated Sting to unify the titles.
Credit goes to: PWI Almanac, wrestling-titles.com, and ProWrestlingHistory.com
One of the most influential and innovative wrestlers to ever come out of Japan and to take America by storm. Because of his amazing year in 1989, Great Muta was able to enjoy many tours of the US and also as a result became a huge star in his homeland. Throughout this mixtape, we’re going to look at some of Muta’s highs and lows from 1989-2000. Sit back, relax, and enjoy a good 2.5 hours of Muta! Read the rest of this entry
WCW The Great American Bash
July 12, 1992
Albany Civic Center
The current WCW & NWA Champs were as follows:
WCW World Champion: Sting (2/29/1992)
WCW U.S. Champion: Rick Rude (11/19/1991)
WCW World Television Champion: Steve Austin (5/23/1992)
WCW World Light Heavyweight Champion: Brad Armstrong (7/5/1992)
WCW World Tag Team Champions: Dr. Death & Terry Gordy (7/5/1992)
NWA World Tag Team Champions: vacant
WCW U.S. Tag Team Champions: Dick Slater & The Barbarian (6/25/1992)
Your hosts are Jim Ross & Jesse Ventura. Read the rest of this entry
Clash of the Champions XIX
June 22, 1992
I know this really isn’t a good note to start out on, but according to ProWrestlingHistory.com, this was the lowest-rated Clash on TBS for the first 20 shows with just a 2.8. The lowest-rated Clash ever got a 2.6 one year later when some guys named Steve Austin & Brian Pillman took on Ric Flair & Arn Anderson in a main-event match that still makes people’s ears perk up today when they hear about the combination. Just something meaningless that I thought was sort of interesting.
On this night, WCW has brought in guys from all over the globe to compete in the first round of the NWA World Tag Titles tournament!
Your hosts are JR & Jesse! (Jesse’s first Clash and he’s pumped up!) Read the rest of this entry
WCW Clash of the Champions XV: Knocksville USA
June 14, 1991
The current WCW Champs were as follows:
World Champion: Ric Flair (1/11/1991)
U.S. Champion: Lex Luger (12/16/1990)
World Television Champion: Bobby Eaton (5/19/1991)
World Tag Team Champions: Rick & Scott Steiner (3/9/1991)
U.S. Tag Team Champions: The Freebirds (5/19/1991)
World Six-Man Tag Team Champions: Michael Hayes, Jimmy Garvin and Badstreet (6/3/1991)
Your hosts are Jim Ross & Tony Schiavone. Read the rest of this entry