You mention that they don't show Hogan losing the belt to Goldberg in the nWo clip, that's because they saved it for the Crush 'Em montage. How long was it before we even heard the name Scott Hall in that first one anyway?
I was making a comparison to the same nWo-history montage that was shown three day ago on Nitro, in which one segment mentioned Goldberg defeating Hogan for the WCW World Heavyweight Title. My sister is a big country music fan and even she has never heard of the guy. I hate to point this out but if people who live in Tennessee (Home of the Grand Old Opry) have never heard of a country musician, it's a pretty good sign this isn't a major league player we're dealing with here.
My sister is a big country music fan and even she has never heard of the guy. I hate to point this out but if people who live in Tennessee (Home of the Grand Old Opry) have never heard of a country musician, it's a pretty good sign this isn't a major league player we're dealing with here.
A few of the websites are saying that Chad Brock worked some non-televised matches for WCW between 1995 and 1997, which probably explains the business relationship. How long until Benoit and Malenko turn on Douglas? Betting starts at one month.
How long until Benoit and Malenko turn on Douglas? Betting starts at one month.
Another question would be, "How long will it be before people care about Shane Douglas?" It would help if he came in to help his friends during a melee, not after one.
Have you noticed the tardiness of all of Shane Douglas' run-in rescue attempts. Reminds me of "The Bishop", a sketch from "Monty Python", where the cleric always arrived at the scene of the rescue too late. Of course, the difference is that the "Monty Python" sketch was entertaining.
Hi, I was reading your DDT Digest Thunder report and I read where you complained there was only 24 minutes of wrestling on it. Well, here's the reason. Since it was a taped show, they had two matches they were gonna air (Regal v Smiley and B.A.-Swoll v Flynn-Morrus) but since Finley got hurt last weekend after the tapings were done, Fit more than likely got involved in those matches and for once, WCW thought ahead and decided not to air them because that wouldn't look to good showing him coming out there looking, well, fit. So instead we got a bunch of Nitro recaps. Thanks, guys.
On a side note, Mr. Graham mentioned this to me, but I forgot to post this when he sent it. Apparently, when Rowdy Roddy Piper and Buff Bagwell were arguing over the latter's not ever working in the Madison Square Garden, Piper was wrong. Mr. Graham points out that on June 13, 1993, Bagwell teamed with 2 Cold Scorpio to take on The Hollywood Blondes (Brian Pillman and "Stunning" Steve Austin) at the MSG Paramount Theatre, which technically means he worked a show at the MSG.
Do you think I'd get kicked out of Nitro for throwing rotten oranges at Chad Brock? Or would the security guards let me? I think they'd let me because they probably don't know who the hell he is either. Look for me at that Nitro to. I'm front row, behind the announcers, I think. I might heckle Shitvone all night.