WCW Saturday Night - Saturday, December 4, 1999
- I am back after my Thanksgiving trip to the city that Walt built, Orlando Fl. I
missed a good show from the looks of it and a big shout out to Aldo for covering the show
- Well let's just dive on in and look around shall we?
- Match #1 Devon Storm vs. Chuck Palumbo
- If they job Storm to this chode I might lose it.
- Tie up and a side headlock from Palumbo.
- Storm whips out, but Palumbo shoulders him down.
- Storm comes back with kicks and chops.
- Storm blocks a hip toss, Palumbo goes for a rocker dropper, he flips over, and Strom
drops him with a right.
- Into the corner, float over from Palumbo.
- Delayed vertical suplex and a cover for two by Palumbo.
- Storm hot shots Palumbo to the outside.
- Baseball slide dropkick from Storm.
- Palumbo gets sent hard into the safety rail.
- Storm gets on top of the guardrail and hits a moonsault!!!!!
- Back inside, standing dropkick by Storm.
- Storm covers for one.
- Northern lights for 2.
- Irish whip and a flying back elbow from Storm.
- Another cover for two.
- Scoop slam and Storm follows with a slingshot guillotine legdrop.
- Cover for two.
- Palumbo ducks a lariat and comes back with a flying forearm.
- Springboard dropkick from Palumbo sends Storm outside.
- Palumbo catches Storm up top and back drops him.
- Big rights and a bulldog from Palumbo.
- Palumbo up top and he comes down with a big diving shoulderblock.
- Palumbo hits the Jungle Kick.
- 1 . . .2 . . 3.
- YOUR WINNER: Chuck Palumbo via a move that I refuse to keep using the
- You think the creative genius of Russo could be spared for a second to come up with a
better name than F'ing Jungle Kick.
- That match has soured the rest of the show.
- We come back to the interview with Double J with Tenay and the subsequent smacking of
Tenay with the guitar. They continue to tease the announcer dissensions that have
been popping up.
- We get a replay of Jerry Flynn and the Wall cause you know we really needed to see that.
- Match #2 Dave Burkhead vs. The Wall
- Man...two of my favorite wrestlers together to liven up this suffering show.
- Long story short: The Wall no sold everything and won with the chokeslam.
- YOUR WINNER: The wall via pinfall following The Chokeslam
- That was a waste of my time and the air they consumed while running their fat asses
around the ring.
- We come back to a replay of the Juvie/Liger match.
- Match #3 Disorderly Conduct vs. The Armstrongs
- I think we have a new Disorderly Conduct again this week.
- Scott and Tuff Tom (I think) to start.
- Scott with a standing dropkick on Tom.
- Irish whip from Tom, but he ducks his head and eats some boot.
- Mike tags and Steve tags in with a big double lariat.
- The heels roll outside and Scott catches both of them with a slingshot plancha.
- Steve and Mike back in the ring and Steve hits a huge diving shoulderblock.
- Scott tags in with a super kick.
- Scott suddenly becomes the face in peril.
- Double team back elbow for two.
- Reverse chinlock, but Scott elbows out and charges into a power slam for two.
- Tom tags in with a double team neckbreaker.
- Scoopslam from Mike.
- Mike misses an elbow drop from the top and Steve gets the hot tog.
- Steve is cleaning house and Scott's back to help him.
- Double dropkick sends Mike out.
- They setup Tom for the missile dropkick, but Mike crotches Scott.
- Mike chop blocks Steve so that Tom can fall on top of him.
- Tom grabs a handful of tights.
- 1 . . .2 . . .3.
- YOUR WINNER: Disorderly Conduct via pinfall.
- Well this show just keeps getting better. Maybe next they can job Benoit to Kid
Romeo and really make my night.
- Match #4 La Parka vs. Evan Karagias with Madusa and Cruiserweight Title.
- Well, I'm assuming this a non-title match.
- La Parka cheapshots Karagias while he's kissing Madusa.
- La Parka out of the corner with a spinning leg lariat.
- Standing dropkick sends Karagias.
- La Parka with a tope on the outside.
- Parka up top, but Evan crotches him.
- Avalanche clothesline from Karagias.
- Whip to the opposite corner and La Parka bounces into a powerslam for two.
- Apparantly the The Powers that Be have said this match is for the CW title.
- Irish whip and big back body drop from Evan.
- Cover for two.
- Forearm blows in the corner from Evan.
- A sloppy series of near misses in the corner.
- Karagias comes off the top with a hurracanrana.
- Then he follows with a head scissors takeover.
- A standing dropkick sends Parka out.
- Plancha from Karagias, but Parka just drills him with a steel chair in the face.
- Robinson call for the bell.
- YOUR WINNER: Evan Karagias via disqualification.
- Post match Madusa saves a beatdown on her man with a roundhouse to the back.
- It amazes me how sloppy Karagias is. I can understand being stiff, but he can't
make it through a match without falling down.
- We come back to a discussion of Rowdy Roddy Piper and his demotion to reffing. On
top of that we are treated with a replay.
- We come back again to a replay of the Vito and Johnny show. Hilarity ensues. Trust
me, this is funny stuff.
- Match #5 Silver King vs. Villano V
- Tie up and a wristlock from Villano.
- Kip escape from Silver King.
- Irish whip and tilt-a-whirl for two from Villano.
- Irish whip and a powerslam for two.
- Big back body drop and an elbow from from Villano.
- Irish whip and Silver King comes back with a big tornado DDT.
- Tilt-a-whirl backbreaker for 2 from Silver King.
- Irish whip from Villano, Silver King puts on the brakes, but Villano catches him with a
- Villano with a leg drop for two.
- Octopus hold from Villano into a rollup for two.
- Irish whip, but Villano ducks his head.
- Scoop slam from Villano, he goes for a Senton splash and misses.
- Silver King misses a moonsault, but he lands on his feet and hits a superkick.
- Plancha from Silver King.
- Silver King goes back inside, slingshot plancha is caught and turned into a hotshot into
the rail by Villano.
- Back insides Villano sets Silver King up for a superplex, but Silver King lands on top.
- Cover for two.
- Springboard moonsault by Silver King.
- 1 . . .2 . . .3.
- YOUR WINNER: Silver King via pinfall following a springboard moonsault.
- So far this has been the best match of the night by far.
- We come back to a replay of the Elix Skipper/Allan Funk match with Skipper coming out on
- Match #6 Elix Skipper vs. Allan Funk
- Well I feel bad about this, but I know this is going to be a revenge match for Funk so .
- Long Story Short: They traded offense and had some decent spots although Skipper was
less aerial than usual. Funk won with his inverted atomic bomb
- YOUR WINNER: Allan Funk via pinfall with the inverted powerbomb.
- Elix is going to be a big star if they push him correctly.
- We come back to a discussion of the cage match from last Nitro and a replay of some of
- We get a replay of the Total Package's match with Sid last week.
- Match #7 Dave Taylor and Steven Regal vs. Creative Control for the Tag Team Titles
- Regal and "Patrick" to start.
- Trading wristlocks.
- Regal and Taylor with some cheap shots to take control.
- Taylor eats yakuza kick for his troubles.
- Gerald tags in as does Regal.
- Pat tags back in and beats on Regal.
- Taylor comes in with European uppercuts.
- Taylor dodges and elbow drop and locks in a step over toe hold.
- Regal tags in and continues to work the leg.
- Patrick tires to come back, but Regal stays on the leg.
- Big belly to belly from Pat for two.
- Taylor goes for the butterfly suplex, but Gerald hit him in the back of the head with a
- 1 . . .2 . . .3.
- YOUR WINNER: Creative Control via pinfall.
- No comment.
- We come back to a replay of Jarrett, Sting and Benoit from Nitro.
- Match #8 Scotty Riggs vs. Chris Benoit
- Tie up and they bull around.
- Shoulderblock from Benoit.
- Benoit catches a kick and hits a dragonscrew legwhip.
- Chop sends Riggs outside.
- Chokehold from Riggs.
- Snap suplex by Benoit.
- Pendulum backbreaker for two.
- Benoit with chops in the corner.
- Inverted atomic drop from Riggs.
- Scoop slam by Riggs and a sledgehammer blow.
- Big dropkick from Riggs.
- Cover for two.
- Suplex for two from Riggs.
- Benoit puts on the brakes for a dropkick.
- Chops by Benoit.
- Benoit sandwiches the ref and the Revolution comes in and works him over.
- Riggs crawls over for the cover.
- Benoit up at two!!!
- Benoit with the rolling German suplexes.
- He follows with the Crippler Crossface.
- Riggs taps.
- YOUR WINNER: Chris Benoit via submission to the Crippler Crossface.
- Not enough to save the show, but a decent match all and all.
- We come back to Brian Knobbs talking on Nitro and why Fit Finlay is quickly becoming one
of my favorite wrestlers.
- Match #9 Fidel Sierra vs. Screamin' Norman Smiley
- Well I hate to skimp out on the main event, but I don't really like how WCW is doing the
- Long story short: Smiley won after not hitting a single actual move in his impressive
arsenal of skills. Pathetic.
- YOUR WINNER: Smiley via pinfall following a trashcan to the head.
- Smiley continues to be pushed, but wasted. I'm not sure if I think it's worth it.
- This show was excrement. They better improve big time or I won't be able to brag
about having the best show anymore.