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DarrylTheHitman Potato korv Since: 21.9.02 From: Kitimat, British Columbia, Canada Since last post: 3435 days Last activity: 3054 days # 1 Posted on 1.11.02 0020.37 With all the awesome matches that have been occurring on SmackDown! over the past few months, I got to thinking--from a strictly workrate perspective, what wrestling show was the best ever and when? Promote this thread!
The 5th Horseman Kolbasz Since: 23.10.02 From: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Since last post: 3158 days Last activity: 3147 days # 2 Posted on 1.11.02 1454.40 If you're talking about one particular TV show, my favorite was the first Clash of the Champions show. It was aired live on TBS to counter the WWF's Wrestlemania that was on PPV that same day. 3 excellent matches from that show. 1. Midnight Express vs. The Fantastics for the U.S. Tag Team Championship 2. Lex Luger & Barry Windham vs. Tully Blanchard & Arn Anderson for the World Tag Team Championship. 3. Sting vs. Ric Flair for the World Heavyweight Championship. A 45 minute match that gave Sting instant legitimacy and a major push.
DarrylTheHitman Potato korv Since: 21.9.02 From: Kitimat, British Columbia, Canada Since last post: 3435 days Last activity: 3054 days # 3 Posted on 1.11.02 2213.53
Well, that might be the best single one ever. However, I phrased my question wrong. Over a given period of time, which was the best regular series show ever? Like say, How does SmackDown! from roughly August 2002 through November 2002 compare to (off the top of my head) Nitro from mid-1996 through spring 1997? I'm not saying Nitro was a good workrate show then; it was just the first thing that came to mind. Which show was the best ever over which period of time?
The only difference is that there hasn't been a Flair/Sting '88 or even '89 match to establish Kane as an effective contender. When Sting almost beat Flair in 1988, a star was born.
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