"I don't know how far this should be looked into, but I don't think that Wrath was Bryan Clark. I watched the taping and he never lost the mask and looked like he had a gut on his entrance, but the weird light made it hard to tell. Then Wrath hurried up and left ringside and didn't stick around for Mortis' match. And besides, there is no way Goldberg could do that to Wrath so fast. My guess is a missed flight or something."I think he is absolutely right on this.
Sting came down and he, DDP, and Piper kicked some @$$. The crowd went ape-@#$%, even the nWo fans started cheering. Sting splashed Hall twice, once with only Hall the second time he splashed Henning & Hall at the same time. He gave the Deathdrop to Henning & Vince while Piper had the sleeper on Hall and DDP giving the DC to Konan and I think Henning. Hall managed to get out of the ring after he broke loose of the sleeper. Sting then started taunting Hall by doing the crotch chops and the look on Hall's face was priceless. Sting then pointed at Piper and gave the DC sign after the nWo left. The cage then lifted and the trio walked away triumphantly. Sting then gave the Stinger Shout and the crowd erupts with a 10.0 on the Richter Scale.
"I completly forgot about how it was Arn Anderson who came out to save the day for WCW when Pillman walked out. It just goes to show what a true professional Double A really was."
"Kinda ironic you mentioned the bookerman incident this week as I happened to rent SuperBrawl VI from my local video store a couple of days ago. (I'm on a never-ending quest to get all of Flair's title winning matches on tape). Anyway, I watched the Pillman match and they edited "bookerman" out of his match. He just said, "I respect you" and that's it. But it's obvious he's still talking into the mic and then there's a bad edit as the mic is suddenly on the ground and Pillman's leaving. For that matter, the Flair/Savage match where Flair was supposed to be badly cut and bleeding was even worse in that they tried to cover up the blood during the match. There were a lotta shots that had obviously been through some type of digital effects that simply cut Flair's head off at the top of the screen. When there was no way to hide Flair's head, they covered his face with an effect that made his head look black and white (kinda like the "blue dot" that protects identities on TV), only you could see through this one. So the whole match is in color except Flair's head which is black and white. Looks terrible!!"
"Is it just me or was Mongo completely overlooked in PWI's top 500? He was 300 last year, but I can't find him this year and he's not listed in those who dropped from the 500! I think he was totally forgotten this year! Or maybe I'm just blind! It'd be a shame if he was since he has improved a lot! Later!"
"An interesting note I picked up watching RAW this week. The WWF, in the never-ending ratings war, has opted to run a Survivor Series Flashback episode next week. Coincidentally, it just happens to run directly opposite the premier of Assault On Devil's Island on TNT."
|Alex S.||Ben J.||Bill||Cubs Fan||Steve Raymond|
|Yuji Nagata vs. Ultimo Dragon||Nagata via screwjob pinfall||UD via pinfall on Onoo's backfired interference||UD via submission on Onoo's backfired interference||UD via pinfall on Onoo's backfired interference||UD via submission with Dragon Sleeper|
|Mongo vs. Mystery Opponent||Alex Wright via pinfall||Mongo by pinfall after Debra gives Wright an international object to hit Mongo with but it backfires.||The Giant via pinfall (she said a "big" surprise)||Mongo by tombstone over Alex Wright||Goldberg via pinfall with jackhammer|
|Eddie Guerrero vs. Rey Misterio, Jr. (Belt vs. Mask)||Guerrero via pinfall||Guerrero after frog splash after he hits Rey with an international object (his belt?)||Misterio via pinfall on Konan's backfired interference - The supposed pressure by WCW to lose the mask is a complete work||Guerrero wins with help from Konnan||Guerrero via pinfall with frog splash|
|Disco Inferno vs. Jacqueline (Non-Title Match)||Jacqueline via submission||Disco Inferno with the 1-2-3 after some accident (they crash into each other), ala how he won the belt.||Some quick gimmick ending - No way Turner, Inc. will allow a man to land a punch on a woman.||Disco by whatever he calls that swinging neckbreaker||Jacqueline via pinfall|
|Flair vs. Hennig (U.S. Champion)||Flair via submission, wins belt||Flair via submission, wins belt||Hennig by DQ||Hennig by DQ||Flair via submission, despite outside interference|
|Luger vs. Hall w/Zbyszko refereeing||Hall wins, Zbyszko turns nWo||The nWo carts out a fake Zbyszko who counts the pinfall for Hall over Luger, after an Outsider's Edge.||Luger via DQ, Zbyszko gets punked by nWo||No Contest, after Zbysko is KOed||Hall over Luger with Outsider's Edge with help from Zbyszko|
|DDP vs. Savage (Death Match)||DDP||DDP||DDP||DDP, after interference from Raven :)||Savage over DDP after flying elbow (and some outside help)|
|Hogan vs. Piper (Title on the line?)||Hogan||Piper via DQ on nWo run in||Hogan if title is on the line, Piper if not||Piper wins, but somehow Hogan keeps the title||If title is on the line, Hogan with LDOD when Sting interferes. If not, Piper wins with help from Sting with sleeper.|