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Two years ago today, WCW died. And, almost as bad, that was also the night that Vince McMahon announced the name 'Buff' Bagwell in Cleveland, and for reasons known to no sane person the crowd went crazy. This of course led to an InVasion that was laughed out of the building in Buff's first match. Two years ago today, the wrestling bubble of the late 90's burst.



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Wow - you're totally right. Two years ago. That was still one of the best, most surreal RAW's ever.
Can't wait for that Saturday night WCW show on TNN to debut already....



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The answer is a simple fact everyone in Pittsburgh is well aware of - Cleveland is a city filled to the brim with fucking morons.



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This would mark the time that a lot of my friends who could care less about these ECW and WCW people on their screens went from weekly watchers to oh yeah i caught a few minutes of it the other night



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The crowd also started a Goldberg chant when Vince asked who he should sign...

Took him two years to follow up on that request, yet he signed Buff right away...



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From Dave's site today: "On Sportsnet.ca they had a poll asking what is your favorite defunct sports league. The poll had USFL (which died how many years ago?), ABA (I was a big fan of the ABA but that was also 30 years ago), WHL, NASL and WCW. WCW was in second place with 38% at last check (thanks to Jole Mitkovski)"

I miss WCW as well. Basically it was an alternative. I could get some good matches in the undercard and then skip the main event. Right now with no alternative and getting let down with each failed angle or each instance of irrational booking is making me really wonder why I still watch.

I always wonder how things would have gone if the Invasion had truly been booked as an Invasion. I mean, in the beginning when WCW invaded MSG, the angle was going great. If Vince had not been so petty and not letting WCW stars get some wins over WWF, maybe we would have a Monday Nitro and a WWE Smackdown now. It is a shame that WCW died like it did. Died in an insanely booked angle.



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Of course, Cleveland is a town full of morons. Why else would they call their football team the Browns when everyone KNOWS the REAL Browns play in Baltimore.





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    Originally posted by redsoxnation
    Two years ago today, WCW died. And, almost as bad, that was also the night that Vince McMahon announced the name 'Buff' Bagwell in Cleveland, and for reasons known to no sane person the crowd went crazy. This of course led to an InVasion that was laughed out of the building in Buff's first match. Two years ago today, the wrestling bubble of the late 90's burst.


Regardless of promotional preferecne, that had to be the most historic RAW/NITRO ever. VKM beat Turner, and turned his other enemies of the late 90's (Bischoff, Hogan) into his bitches.

VKM won. His enemies lost, but so did the fans. Competition drives the market to put forth a better product.



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I'll tell you the REAL day WCW died was the night where David Arquette won the WCW Heavyweight Championship. Oh boy, I nearly through my television set out the window. I had nightmares about that for months. I would love for the whole roster split idea to become a WCW/WWE split rather than RAW/Smackdown. Nitro had one of the more pretty set designs out there. Even if you don't change it to WCW/WWE, at least bring back the Nitro Girls.

(edited by Monte on 27.3.03 1605)


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