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Before getting the crux of this piece, I’d like to tackle some of the early feedback I’ve received on this series.
 
ekedolphin: I could watch Benoit/Guerrero matches any day.
 
cfgb: The Internet would be up in arms if they were still running these matches today; something tells me Chris Benoit has done nothing but stare up at the lights since at least mid-2007.
 
Cerebus: I had no idea that these shows were filmed so far in advance.
 
cfgb: I thought the give-away was the brand new episode of Worldwide that aired last week on TBS that featured Louie Spicolli taking on a young Adam Copeland in the main event. The series should be through its entire run of canned shows by 2019.
 
BigDaddyLoco: I have complained for years about the lack of heel managers, but I really think I miss jobbers with crumby gimmicks that showed up week after week to try their hand in the squared circle way more. There was no need to talk about losing streaks, because these were just guys that took time off from their day jobs from card sharking or patrolling our highways for a little extra cash. If they got pummeled last week and showed up this week, you'd never know about their pummeling by their demeanor, they were still cocky as fuck ... but you knew and they knew that you knew. God I miss those scumbags.
 
cfgb: A friend of mine explored this concept years ago; delving deep into the rationale that WCW could afford to be exposed for 29 hours of programming a week because of their 940-man roster. Making his point, he said “You simply haven't lived unless you've seen Ciclope used as a central plot device.” It’s been 10 years and I haven’t found a better way of expressing the greatness that was WCW than that.
 
Dionysus: I have also been surprised that they've been disinclined to capitalize more on the 99% v. 1% feud. My best guess, based upon how quickly they ended #OccupyRAW, is that their advertisers were concerned that focusing too much on that would risk mobilizing more of the public around raising their taxes. Hmmm. Now you've got me imagining Irwin R. Shyster as a babyface fighting Ted DiBiase Jr.
 
cfgb: Ted would wind up losing everything to the tax man in what would be positioned as the greatest double turn since Ric Flair vs. Hollywood Hogan at Uncensored 1999. He would then be bailed out by Linda McMahon’s new federal flat tax en route to her running as the Republican Nominee in 2016. Tribute for the Troops would be scheduled, then withdrawn as part of her plan to get all our boys out of Iraq. IRS would be taken out back and thrown into a garbage truck next to Eric Bischoff’s rotting corpse. Of course, this is all speculation; it’s entirely possible that they go another route, but let’s not kid ourselves.
 
And with that, it’s time for Saturday Night!
 
Our hosts are TONY SCHIAVONE and DUSTY RHODES. I’m reminded early that the Clash of the Champions is this week; which means I’ve got a busy few days of recapping ahead. This week, John Belushi is here for an interview I will have no interest in recounting later on.
 
CHRIS BENOIT (with Brian Pillman) vs. EDDIE GUERRERO
 
Well, I suppose if they’re going to recycle the same matches over and over, it’s better this pairing than the American Males against the Faces of Fear. Guerrero dropkicks Benoit from behind just off the bell, which pisses Chris off. Benoit beats the tar out of him, and upon getting reprimanded by the referee, Pillman attacks. It’s been all of 45 seconds, let’s take an ad break. Mean Gene has Hotlines to shill.
 
WCW kindly presents us stills from the break in case we wish to order the replay, specifically with Chris working over Eddie’s leg. Benoit keeps flashing the 4 in Eddie’s face. A pretty sick standing reverse surfboard on Eddie is applied – great because it looks so easy to apply, but appears to damn near cripple Eddie. No idea why this isn’t being used today. Eddie fights back, and on the top rope, Eddie hits a Frankensteiner which Dusty calls a Russian suplex for 2. Powerbomb is reversed into a sunset flip by Guerrero and gets 2. Benoit applies a modified version of the Lasso from El Paso, but Eddie won’t tap. Guerrero is sent packing to Pillman’s awaiting arms, and faces a beating. Back in, a suplex by Benoit is turned into a body press mid air and gets 2. To their feet, the boys throw 203523049204 consecutive punches in rapid fire success (I counted, we’re good), before Eddie hits a tilt-a-whirl that leaves Benoit looking like a corpse. Eddie hammers away in the corner, but Pillman provides distraction. Eddie gets caught in the middle, but ducks and Pillman flattens Benoit with the brass knucks. Eddie dives in and steals a pinfall at 7:20. This really felt like it could have gone somewhere, but 7 minutes isn’t long enough for these two to tell any kind of story together. **
 
“MEAN” GENE OKERLUND grabs EDDIE GUERRERO backstage for comment about how he feels tonight’s match will help him fare against Pillman on Tuesday at the Clash. Eddie promises to make Pillman shut his mouth for good.
 
SCOTT NORTON vs. BILL PAYNE
 
I think Vegas would set the over/under at roughly 0:52. Dusty Rhodes openly rooting for Bill is fantastic. “GIVE ‘EM BILLY BOY! SHOW HIM!” Meanwhile, Tony talks about all of Scott Norton’s incredible moveset, which he shows off tonight. Specifically, a clothesline and a shoulderbreaker for the win at 1:19. 1/2*
 
“MEAN” GENE OKERLUND welcomes SCOTT NORTON. Norton ACCENTUATES EVERYTHING HE SAYS IN CAPS. HE WOULD MAKE A GREAT ADDITION TO THE NASTY BOYS. NORTON DOESN’T WANT ANY TITLES. HE JUST WANTS TO BE BIG. OK THEN.
 
BUNKHOUSE BUCK and “DIRTY” DICK SLATER (with Colonel Robert Parker) vs. MEN AT WORK
 
Was Turner video in the midst of the VHS re-release of Deliverance to explain the continued presence of Slater and Buck at this point? Buck works over Starr with a sweaty armpit and runs his face across the top rope. The Colonel hands Buck a bullrope, which Starr takes to the face. Outside, Buck chokes him out while Slater distracts the referee. Starr reverses a suplex to get the mild tag to Kanyon. Dropkick levels Slater, and all hell breaks loose between the four guys. During the confusion, Buck goes for the bullrope, but Kanyon rolls him up for the surprise 3 at 3:44! 1/2* - but the jobber victory is always awesome.
 
BIG BUBBA ROGERS vs. ARN ANDERSON
 
Bubba threatens Anderson with a big meaty fist, but Anderson throws up the dukes and Bubba backs off. Bubba cheats first, using the ropes with Anderson trapped in an abdominal stretch. Referee Nick Patrick goes through the classic motions of checking Bubba by taking a long walk around him to see if he’s holding the ropes, by which point he’s long let go. This continues until Patrick walks around from behind, catches him in the act, and kicks his cheating hands off the ropes. After some words, Bubba takes Anderson to the floor and levels him with an uppercut. On his way back in, Anderson trips him up on the apron, and Bubba goes chinfirst into the apron. Back in, Bubba hits a spinebuster, but uses the ropes for leverage and Patrick sees it before the 3. A shame, because that was the win right there. With time to recover, Anderson nails a neckbreaker. Back on the floor, VK WALLSTREET emerges from the crowd and flattens Arn! JIM DUGGAN isn’t far behind – threatens to plow Anderson with the 2x4, but changes his mind and tapes up Arn’s fist for him instead! Anderson lures Bubba in to check on him, and clocks him with the loaded fist for the win at 5:01. That’s some violent athletic tape! Surprisingly a lot of fun. **1/2
 
Back to the room of fun with “MEAN” GENE OKERLUND, RANDY SAVAGE, and HULK HOGAN. Savage can’t scream enough about the Clash, while Hogan makes some of the most bizarre baseball references about every base except home base being covered by their secret weapon. Hogan’s promos have NOT aged well in the modern era, to say the least. I’m guessing the weapon is a Yapapi Strap. Savage calls Hogan the king of the universe, just so we don’t forget who’s really in charge.
 
DIAMOND DALLAS PAGE is the next star to meet up with Gene, and he promises 1996 will be the year of DDP, once he takes care of Johnny B Badd and gets Kimberly back.
 
KEVIN SULLIVAN (with Jimmy Hart) vs. CHRIS NELSON
 
So we’ve got a fat guy who looks like he’s got absolutely no business in the ring, and then we’ve got Chris Nelson. Sullivan takes him out to the floor, and whips Sullivan into the ring steps. Back in, the double stomp finishes 1:00. DUD
 
“MEAN” GENE OKERLUND grabs a second with KEVIN SULLIVAN and JIMMY HART. Hart talks trash against Disco Inferno who will be facing Kevin Sullivan at the Clash in a “WTF is this” Match. Sullivan mumbles incoherently.
 
ONE MAN GANG vs. SUPER GIANT NINJA (in a match that is not clearly defined as either for the belt or not)
 
Super Giant Ninja. Can I tell you how ECSTATIC I am to be seeing a guy named Super Giant Ninja? I don’t care how bad he is in the ring, his name is SUPER GIANT NINJA. Can we book him in a feud with Extremely Large Martial Artist? One Man Gang slams the Ninja, who does not exhibit the kind of quickness one would expect from a ninja, and the 747 ends it at 1:17. I’m hoping for a rematch, complete with title change. YOUR United States Champion – Super Giant Ninja! It could happen! DUD
 
“MEAN” GENE OKERLUND, as is becoming the norm tonight, catches ONE MAN GANG. He screams like he’s Scott Norton. One Man Gang wants a piece of Hulk Hogan on Nitro, for the belt. Gene seems to get a migraine standing next to him.
 
BRIAN PILLMAN vs. TODD MORTON
 
Morton is your standard “stuck in the 1980s” jobber, with long blonde mullet and rainbow tassels. Pillman gets into it with the crowd to the point he takes a couple of swipes at a few of the fans, and even begs them to hit him. Pillman is absolutely at the peak of his Loose Cannon gimmick here, coming off as a complete psycho. Morton eats a spike piledriver, then Pillman covers HIMSELF with Morton’s limp body – kicking out at 2. The referee is asking Pillman to knock the charade off, and a camel clutch ends it at 2:31. 1/2*
 
“MEAN” GENE OKERLUND wants a word with BRIAN PILLMAN; and mentions Paul Orndorff. “What, the guy in the hospital who can’t call his friends on the psychic hotline?” Okerlund questions dissent in the horsemen, but Pillman blows him off by talking about all the chicks he’s been banging.
 
DEAN MALENKO vs. ALEX WRIGHT
 
This match is allegedly already booked for the Clash of Champions so I have no idea why the hell they’re giving it away on Saturday Night just 3 days before the special. Not that it’ll affect any viewers I can’t imagine, it’s just an oddball decision. The pair trade holds on the mat, with neither getting much in the way of momentum. Wright uses a headscissors takeover, and Malenko takes a powder. Back in, Malenko takes Wright down and starts to work over the knee. Texas Cloverleaf is blocked by a rollup for 2. Wright pounds on Malenko, but Dean sees the exposed leg and slaps on a knee-bar. A brainbuster is blocked, and Wright hits a gutchwrench suplex for 2. Spinning heel kick rocks Malenko, but a flapjack is countered into a rollup for 2. Wright comes back with a European uppercut, and heads up to finish. Malenko kicks him in the knee, and Wright hits the canvas, right into the Texas Cloverleaf. Wright makes the ropes, but Malenko won’t release and gets DQed at 5:41. These two didn’t have any kind of charisma together, but they were trying. *1/2
 
JOHNNY B BADD and KIMBERLY are in the company of “MEAN” GENE OKERLUND. Johnny admits DDP is the most improved wrestler in the company, but he still hasn’t beaten old Johnny. Kimberly says she’s still hurt by Page, and she doesn’t want to see him, so she’d prefer if Badd and DDP don’t wrestle anymore.
 
And now a very special interview between ERIC BISCHOFF and JIM BELUSHI, to discuss Mongo McMichael. It seems downright incredible to me how much time they invest in having celebrity’s suck Mongo’s kneecaps. Football tough, same as the Ditka pieces from the last couple of weeks, with the same 8-10 minutes of wasted space.
 
HARLEM HEAT (with Sista Sherri) vs. STING and LEX LUGER (for the WCW World Tag-Team Titles)
 
On the ramp, Booker and Stevie decide now would be the best time to interrogate where Sherri’s head is at, and wind up sending her to the back, because they need to focus on the championship gold and not her wedding. Sherri, heartbroken, retreats.
 
After a commercial break, Sting and Lex Luger enter together. Apparently Sting and Luger have mended fences from Luger costing Sting the World Title on Monday. I like to think the conversation went something like this:
 
Sting: “I hear you hit me Lex, I’ve seen the tape, and I want to know why!”
 
Luger: “No you didn’t.”
 
Sting: “Maybe I didn’t. I’m sorry!”
 
Dusty is still carrying on about Belushi as this match starts. I had completely put out of my mind just how strongly Mongo was shoved down our throats as an ANNOUNCER before he even learned how to apply a headlock. (Spoiler: He didn’t.) Sting nails Booker square in the face with a nice dropkick and takes him to the mat with a drop toe hold. Luger takes over and spends more time posing than anything, allowing Booker to tag and Stevie pounds on Lex. Sting tries to get something going, but Stevie chokes him out in the ropes. Luger tags in and flattens Stevie, but goes back to the posing and takes a Harlem Sidekick from Booker. Stevie nails Lex with a clothesline, but only gets 2. Luger is kept grounded with a nerve hold, but he refuses to tap while Sting screams encouragement. A flying forearm from Booker gets 2. Booker starts taunting Sting, which allows Stevie Ray the opportunity to hit a Superkick on the floor in the distraction. Back in, Booker hits the 110th Street slam but misses a legdrop off the top allowing Luger to get the hot tag to Sting. Harlem Heat tries to double team Sting, but Sting hits a flying back elbow off the ropes that flattens both. Booker misses a charge in the corner, Sting applies the Scorpion Deathlock and we have new World Tag-Team Champions at 8:43! BUT WAIT – in the mess of the Scorpion Deathlock, Luger had dumped Stevie Ray over the top rope which resulted in a disqualification, so Harlem Heat retains the belts. Tony immediately announces a rematch for Nitro. **
 
Finally, after Tony has spent the night promising a face to face interview with RIC FLAIR and RANDY SAVAGE, they’re actually via satellite with Flair in Vegas, Savage in Atlanta. Flair promises to be styling and profiling all over Vegas, to which Savage retorts that by hook or by crook he will leave with the World Heavyweight Title. Flair reminds him that Monday’s just a warm up for the Clash, where Savage has to face, and I quote “a real fire breathing Giant”. That should be fun! Flair ends with asking the girls off camera to hang tight, and sends a couple of closing threats to Savage. Savage rants and rambles as the show fades to black.



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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.21
    Originally posted by cfgb

    Super Giant Ninja. Can I tell you how ECSTATIC I am to be seeing a guy named Super Giant Ninja? I don’t care how bad he is in the ring, his name is SUPER GIANT NINJA. Can we book him in a feud with Extremely Large Martial Artist? One Man Gang slams the Ninja, who does not exhibit the kind of quickness one would expect from a ninja, and the 747 ends it at 1:17. I’m hoping for a rematch, complete with title change. YOUR United States Champion – Super Giant Ninja! It could happen! DUD

Sadly, Wikipedia says this is the final appearance of Super Giant Ninja.



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It's not often you see a match where One Man Gang is the most talented worker in the ring.



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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.38
    Originally posted by cfgb
    BIG BUBBA ROGERS vs. ARN ANDERSON

    Bubba threatens Anderson with a big meaty fist, but Anderson throws up the dukes and Bubba backs off. Bubba cheats first, using the ropes with Anderson trapped in an abdominal stretch. Referee Nick Patrick goes through the classic motions of checking Bubba by taking a long walk around him to see if he’s holding the ropes, by which point he’s long let go. This continues until Patrick walks around from behind, catches him in the act, and kicks his cheating hands off the ropes. After some words, Bubba takes Anderson to the floor and levels him with an uppercut. On his way back in, Anderson trips him up on the apron, and Bubba goes chinfirst into the apron. Back in, Bubba hits a spinebuster, but uses the ropes for leverage and Patrick sees it before the 3. A shame, because that was the win right there. With time to recover, Anderson nails a neckbreaker. Back on the floor, VK WALLSTREET emerges from the crowd and flattens Arn! JIM DUGGAN isn’t far behind – threatens to plow Anderson with the 2x4, but changes his mind and tapes up Arn’s fist for him instead! Anderson lures Bubba in to check on him, and clocks him with the loaded fist for the win at 5:01. That’s some violent athletic tape! Surprisingly a lot of fun. **1/2


Wait, why was this happening? I am assuming there was a feud here somewhere, but I don't remember it. It wouldn't shock me if these were just random run ins like the old THQ wrestling games on Nintendo 64.

    Originally posted by cfgb
    BRIAN PILLMAN vs. TODD MORTON

    Morton is your standard “stuck in the 1980s” jobber, with long blonde mullet and rainbow tassels. Pillman gets into it with the crowd to the point he takes a couple of swipes at a few of the fans, and even begs them to hit him. Pillman is absolutely at the peak of his Loose Cannon gimmick here, coming off as a complete psycho. Morton eats a spike piledriver, then Pillman covers HIMSELF with Morton’s limp body – kicking out at 2. The referee is asking Pillman to knock the charade off, and a camel clutch ends it at 2:31. 1/2*


Pillman was just amazing and so far ahead of his time. If Magnum TA was the huge injury loss of the 80's then Pillman was the huge injury loss of the 90's. Of course you never know if Stone Cold would have become Stone Cold with Pillman there, but there wasn't a better time for those guys to do there thing than right after Pillman's accident.

    Originally posted by cfgb
    These two didn’t have any kind of charisma together, but they were trying. *1/2


What an awful pairing. Two guys I could just never stand. Alex Wright was just Alex Wright, but Malenko really bored the piss out of me. I get that he is a technically sound wrestler and can put on clinics, but you really can be too vanilla at times. Put the guy in a tag match, and you have my interest but there just wasn't a Dean Malenko feud I gave a shit about. There I said is.





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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.85
    Originally posted by cfgb
    Sting: “I hear you hit me Lex, I’ve seen the tape, and I want to know why!”

    Luger: “No you didn’t.”

    Sting: “Maybe I didn’t. I’m sorry!”


Excellent Eddie Murphy/Mr. T reference. I love these recaps so much.
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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.19
Just be grateful that the payoff to the Anderson/Big Bubba match wasn't "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan, newest member of the Four Horsemen.

(Though, in fairness, I can't imagine him being much worse than Mongo.)



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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.85
Briefcase ~ 2/4.
Duggan's intellect ~ Mongo's intellect
Duggan's moveset ~ Mongo's moveset
U-S-A > Pepe and four fingers.

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You know, I remember liking Mongo. Granted, he definitely wasn't Horsemen material, but he wasn't completely useless.

Maybe if he didn't go from being an announcer to a Horsemen so quickly, people would give him a fair shake. I thought he was a perfectly serviceable mid-card guy that was just pushed way to fast. He needed a couple years before being pushed to Horsemen status. He could have earned it... eventually.

How the fuck DID he get to be a horsemen anyway? Was his wife fucking everybody in WCW? Did he have a few spare million to just throw away and buy into it or something? What was the reasoning behind that?

(edited by Cerebus on 20.1.13 2109)


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He was buddies with Bischoff, filled that Sid big guy spot, and was an ex NFL guy who they could try and cross promote.
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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.75
    Originally posted by Cerebus
    How the fuck DID he get to be a horsemen anyway?


He "partied like a Horseman."
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At this point, are the Four Horsemen faces or heels, or is it a mixture?
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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.48
    Originally posted by Dionysus
    At this point, are the Four Horsemen faces or heels, or is it a mixture?


Full on heel. Arn and Ric are loosely associating with the Dungeon of Doom, but the DOD doesn't care much for Pillman and Benoit because Pillman's batshit insane. Pillman's completely off the deep end and everyone in the company hates his guts. Benoit is the silent killer of the group, and can't really be trusted by anyone. Ric and Arn are willing to buddy up to anyone who are willing to help end Hulk Hogan's career.



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#13 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.19
Isn't this the year that the Horsemen and DOD eventually formed The Alliance to End Hulkamania and this led to that terrible 8-on-2 triple cage match in which Arn, Flair, the Dungeon of Doom, Luger, Z-Gangsta and The Ultimate Solution were all defeated by just Hogan and Savage?

Good grief, what a horrible match.



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#14 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.95
    Originally posted by JustinShapiro
      Originally posted by Cerebus
      How the fuck DID he get to be a horsemen anyway?


    He "partied like a Horseman."


I guess that's better than Paul Roma becoming a Horseman because "Tully Blanchard got busted for partying like a Horseman."
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