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World War 3 1995

WCW World War 3
November 26, 1995
Norfolk, VA
The Scope

The current WCW champs were as follows:
WCW World Champion: vacant (10/30/1995)
WCW U.S. Champion: Kensuke Sasaki (11/13/1995)
WCW World Tag Team Champions: Harlem Heat (9/27/1995)
WCW World Television Champion: Johnny B. Badd (10/29/1995)

Your hosts are Tony Schiavone & Bobby Heenan.
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[Pro] Wrestling (11.18.95)

WCW [Pro] Wrestling
November 18, 1995
Orlando, FL
Universal Studios

The current WCW champs were as follows:
WCW World Champion: vacant (11/6/1995)
WCW U.S. Champion: Kensuke Sasaki (11/13/1995)
WCW World Tag Team Champions: Harlem Heat (10/28/1995)
WCW World Television Champion: Johnny B. Badd (10/29/1995)

This is a landmark show for Pro as this is the first episode where they changed the set over to the back alley look that Monday Night Wars fans would be more familiar with. Not only that, but this is one of the first shows where some New Japan talent get to shine leading into Starrcade.

Your hosts are Chris Cruise, Dusty Rhodes and Larry Zbyszko.
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Wrestle War 1991

Wrestle War ’91
February 24, 1991
Phoenix, Arizona
Memorial Coliseum

With my Turner Home Entertainment version, it means there’s some matches edited out, so just to show you that you aren’t missing anything, here’s what you missed! Thank you, ProWrestlingHistory.com!

– Ultraman and Eddie Guerrero defeated Rudy Boy and Huichol (7:39) when Guerrero pinned Rudy
– Itsuki Yamazaki (from the JUMPING BOMB ANGELS!) and Mami Kitimura defeated Miki Handa and Miss A (Dynamite Kansai) (6:47) when Yamazaki pinned Miss A
– The Wild Eyed Southern Boys (Tracey Smothers and Steve Armstrong) defeated The Royal Family (Rip Morgan and Jack Victory) (12:05) when Smothers pinned Morgan.
– Terry Taylor pinned Tom Zenk (10:59) in a “no DQ” match.

Ok, here we go.

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