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The W - Pro Wrestling - A 4th of July present for X-Mas
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Let the WarGames begin. Even all these years later, it holds up. Really does show how badly WCW bastardized the concept in the mid 90's. Hot crowd throughout. And, I don't think it could be pulled off today.

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You can't beat old WarGames matches. My personal fave is still the 1992 version of the Dangerous Alliance vs. Sting's Squadron.



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Wow, all these years later and I can still feel tense as they make their way to those cages. The double ring was an awesome site.
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Showed these to my 15 year old son. He'd only heard of Ric Flair and "Cody Rhodes' dad".

He thought it was nice and bloody and violent and entertaining.
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(Granted, most of them were unaired house show matches, but) did you realize that The Four Horsemen, or a team comprised mostly of Horsemen members, lost the first FIFTEEN WarGames matches ever done? And all in a one-year period from July '87 to July '88.

The "Horsemen" (if you really want to call this team that) finally earned a WarGames victory at WrestleWar '91; the team of Ric Flair, Barry Windham, Sid Vicious and Larry Zbyszko defeated Sting, Brian Pillman and The Steiner Brothers.

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