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.
You can't beat old WarGames matches. My personal fave is still the 1992 version of the Dangerous Alliance vs. Sting's Squadron.
"It breaks your heart. It is designed to break your heart. The game begins in the spring, when everything else begins again, and it blossoms in the summer, filling the afternoons and evenings, and then as soon as the chill rains come, it stops and leaves you to face the fall alone." --- Bart Giamatti, on baseball
(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.
(edited by ekedolphin on 25.12.11 2319) "You can't make an omelet without ruthlessly crushing dozens of eggs beneath your steel boots and then publicly disemboweling the chickens that laid them as an example to others." --General Tarquin, The Order of the Stick
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1. As most people will probably end up saying: the answer is probably going off steroids. Virgil obviously didn't work out any less, but just didn't gain that extra mass and bulk that steroids maintain. 2.