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Potato korv

Since: 21.1.02
From: Saginaw, MI

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#1 Posted on
From 411:

Ticketmaster has listed WCW World Championship Wrestling for january 1, 2004 in the Columbus Civic Center in Columbus, GA.

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Polska kielbasa

Since: 20.6.03

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#2 Posted on
I will wait until Metzler or someone adreses it.

Since: 26.3.03
From: Glendale, Cali

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#3 Posted on
January 1, 2004 would be a Thursday. It may just be a place filler. For what? I don't know. When I was searching for RAW tickets at Staples the other week, I saw this:

Raw on New Year's Eve?

I'm thinking it might just be a place filler for something else, like I said earlier. But who knows, WWE might just have those dates actually booked for shows.

Sounds like a case for Colombo (or Palumbo).

(edit: I'd also note that the onsale date for that New Year's Eve show is "Sat, 01/18/03, 10:00am". But there's no such date listed for the WCW event.)

(edited by GrubbyLongJohns on 18.7.03 1253)

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Big Brother

Since: 9.12.01
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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.65

Nothing listed yet (and probably won't be for about three months...)

The Red Sox Fan

Since: 31.3.03
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#5 Posted on
I suspect Ashley.

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Mawngo the CHango

Since: 15.7.03
From: Beverly Hills, CA

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#6 Posted on
Well, I Mawngo am trying to get the scoop of the year (maybe). I contacted the events coordinator at the Columbus Civic Center. Hopefully he'll be kind enough to answer me back with some good news(is WCW good news?) and I'll let everyone here at Wienerboard know as soon as get the news...

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Since: 5.3.03

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#7 Posted on
That evil, no-good Shane McMahon.... I just KNEW he wouldn't adhere to that stipulation from Survivor Series 2001....

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Since: 4.6.03
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#8 Posted on
So what you're saying is that we only have to wait about 5 and a half months to listen to Tony Schiavone again?


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Since: 4.1.02
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#9 Posted on
I thought I remember an incident like this just a few months back where WCW was listed on ticketmaster. People on the 'net were buzzing, and it turned out to just be a mistake on someone's part. Plus, I would think that if they were going to do something as big as bringing back WCW they would keep it more of a secret than to list it publicly. they could just list it as a WWE event, but have it be a WCW show. Oh, and there's that thing where Mcmahon has reportedly gone on record as saying he doesn't want to use a dead brand's name. Not sure if he actually said that, or if it was just speculation though.

I wouldn't mind WCW coming back, just for the sake of something different, but it's not like it would be anything different than WWE. Run by the same people it would be the same stuff, different name. Plus, I don't see how they could fit something like that in when they have gone to all the trouble with the "brand extension." I just don't see there being any benefit to doing this. They buried the name so much during the Invasion (as if WCW hadn't done enough to bury it before that), and it's just been so long.

(edited by CRZ on 19.7.03 1502)

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Since: 18.6.02
From: North Cacalacky

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#10 Posted on
Don't take this seriously at all.

Ticketmaster has had a past with wrong information. I remember a few years ago I saw that they had WWE RAW listed for some ridiculous date (like January 1, 2024, or something). I'm sure it'll be erased from the site before too long.

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Since: 13.5.03
From: Woodbridge, VA

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#11 Posted on
Vince sold WCW to Stephanie and now Steph gets her own company to run. She can give HHH all the titles and write herself into every angle! Way to go Steph!

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Since: 26.1.03
From: Naples, FL

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#12 Posted on
Vince will NEVER bring back the WCW name. This is a mistake. You think WWE writers or McMahon plan that far ahead?

Since: 2.1.02
From: The Las Vegas of Canada

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#13 Posted on
This is 99.999999% likely a Ticketmaster error:

The full text from there:
WWE 2002
10/17/02 RRR

If this were something more current I doubt it would be listed from 2002. Also wasn't Columbus where the original first attempt at a WCW show was rumored to be from so long ago?

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Since: 23.10.02
From: Tarheel State

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#14 Posted on
its being reported as a rumor now on 411 and wherever they lifted it from

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